SHARK TANK Season 8 Episode 4
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Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls
These Smartie siblings haven't even reached high school and they're already successful entrepreneurs with their business Angels & Tomboys. Honor students in Memphis, Tennessee, Madison Star (12) and...
"Shark Tank," the ABC Network's reality show in which entrepreneurs and inventors pitch their merchandise to celebrity business magnates in hopes of securing capital and investment, has seen a bevy of useful gadgets and items since premiering in 2009 -- including some fun and helpful items for kids and parents.
Memphis Daily News
Home > SPECIAL EDITION: Women & Business When Memphis middle schoolers and sisters Madison Star and Mallory Iyana went on "Shark Tank" and secured $60,000 and partnerships with both Mark Cuban and Daymond John, they took their place among the ranks of female entrepreneurs who, in large numbers these days, are showing the business world that they are a force to be reckoned with.
Two "kidpreneurs" are celebrating big gains after landing the backing of not one, but two infamous "sharks" after appearing on Shark Tank. With the help of their mom, Viara Iyadunni, sisters Madison Star, 12, and Mallory Iyana, 10, started Angels and Tomboys after being bored senseless with their body care products.
In honor of National Women's Small Business Month, this celebrates black female entrepreneurs from this season of ABC's "Shark Tank," while highlighting the value of African American women as small business owners in the American economy October is National Women's Small Business Month.
Two young Memphians will appear on reality television tonight to convince a pool of sharks their business idea is worth sinking teeth into. Mallory and Madison Boyd are a few of the entrepreneurs who will appear on an episode of ABC's "Shark Tank" to share their idea with a panel of expert businessmen and women in hopes of gaining their investments.
Angels and Tomboys on 'The Real'
Moziah Bridges of Mo's Bows is in the house and he's sharing valuable business advice for his fellow kidpreneurs; Joseph Cofer of Schmancy Popsicles and Mallory and Madison Boyd of Angels & Tomboys. It's "The Real" Kiddie Pool!