He is self-made and made his billions after co-founding and selling Broadcast.com in 1999 to Yahoo. Ultimately, Kressa wants to use her product to help people in disaster relief efforts. Second, and even more important, she said she could expand her offering to test the DNA of horses.
Jason discovered his enthusiasm for cooking at a young age, growing up in a mixed-race home in St. Petersburg, Florida. Continuing to raise the bar in his successful Sales career, Jason was invited to a networking event, that would change his life forever. Requiring him to bring a dish, Jason brought his popular Chicken Bang Dip, which was an instant hit. Don’t forget to take a look at our Season 10 products page!
He struck a cord with Mark Cuban for his company that has a “virtual ATM network” that serves the under-banked community. It allows people with no bank accounts to go to a local retailer to get up to $100. Mark was not able to open a bank account when he was younger and could relate to D’Ontra’s company. He ended up investing $500K for 12% equity plus 2% advisory fees.
The millionaire businessman then joined the panel of Dragons’ Den before featuring on Shark Tank. He has also participated in the dance reality show, Dancing with the Stars . “Gov’t freezes assets of 19 companies affiliated to MB”. “Why does RadioShack still exist? The chain says that sales are falling and that profit this year will be lower than in 2011”.
Shark Robert made the only offer……$400K for 20% equity. Robert reminded them that more funding would be required in the future and this means there is more risk to him juwaonline.com as an early investor and that’s why he needed 20% instead of 15%. This all made perfect sense, and then the SHOCKER of the episode…..Tim and Kim turned down the offer!