Business Strategist, Joe Pardo reacts and gives his advice to the business Tree T-Pee pitch from Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 7.
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Man USA is a big Country, If Colorado doesn’t have much water. Then don’t make it produce crops.
I’d be extreme and say Pools should be banned
Don’t use water that’s from underground (It will be depleted soon) Buy it from another state. Use woke power to subsidize that supply chain towards that water trade.
it doesn’t make sense!
It’s like Germany (Winter Country) double downing on Solar Energy.
He’s the real life version Kenny from the Walking Dead game with a softer heart. Wish we have more people like Johnny in this world.
One of the best pitch which i loved and watched more than 20 times.. thanks for reviewing.
I saw this one like a decade ago. Thanks for covering this one! This was an especially memorable one. Poor farmer
he can easily sell a billion of these and make a billion dollars 1 dollar profit is good. if you got scale. think of all the citrus trees in america..
this is 1 of my favorite products ever show on the show.
Hug a Farmer
What a jerk… Tearjerker that is! Mad love
Yeah it is! 🙂
Absolutely!! I appreciate you as always Farmer Jeff!
Hey Joe, I thought your title for this episode was really “clickbait-ey”. There wasnt much focus on what kevin said and tbh what he said wasnt all that bad, just realistic if you want to get in bed with a distributor who will want to make a profit
Just giving my two cents for what it’s worth. Keep up the super work!
its nice to see a company not gouging its customers with 3000% profit margins like other companies do.
Maybe the most memorable pitch (and I think I have seen them all).
Oh my god Johnny is so cute. Classic good guy trying to “do good to the farmers”
So glad John Paul stepped up to save the day. Thanks for covering this pitch Joe!
When looking at the profit margins, no one’s thinking about how far down they can drive the manufacturing costs with volume. Right now, working within five counties selling 127,000 units it cost $2.50 to make each one
Pump that up to 3-4 million units expanding outside of those counties and especially California, Arizona, New Mexico.
I would imagine he can drive his cost down below a dollar per unit
The customer acquisition cost is not based on per unit-but per thousands of units. So I don’t think you should hike this up to $12 per-
should not be gouging
Based on his story, about 40% of 127,000 units he’s sold, went to that one woman who wanted 50,000 total
And although they’re designed to last five years, they’ll crack, get dirty, need replacing.
Municipalities and towns maybe purchasing these, we don’t need to be gouging the taxpayers to save water.
This is a great idea, providing it doesn’t lead to root rot, nor mess with mother nature.
Kevin could easily stand behind this guy and a good cause, but no, instead he has no problem backing scoundrels like FTX scammers.. says a lot about him
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