One thing the current world requires is more entrepreneurs and traders. With the high rate of gap market growth in the economy, it is vital to empower young and old entrepreneurs through providing capital and skills. An entrepreneur is a person who operates and organizes businesses of higher financial risks.
Our economy majorly relies on contractors for supply and demand to occur. Entrepreneurs are great risk takers in the market who invest money with the hope of harvesting profits. An incredible example of an entrepreneur is Mr. Marc Sparks.
Marc Sparks is an entrepreneur based in Dallas Texas. He is the owner of a great family office responsible for sharpening the minds of entrepreneurs. On Aug 12, 2016, the press released a statement dubbed Venture Capitalist Marc Sparks Announces 2nd Spark Tank Winner, with the aim of introducing Spark Tank. Spark Tank is a no- profit organization designed to providing grants and mentoring potential young entrepreneurs while giving them rewards.
Any philanthropic teams in the Dallas area may deliver their proposal to Spark Tank for a chance to win. The price of $5,000 to be won could be of great use to the entrepreneurs. Marc Sparks with his team is excited to let you know that the winner of the second Spark Tank Grant is Mommies in Need which offers trained nannies to homesteads in dire need of childcare in times of emergencies. Mommies in Need provide such families with continuous childcare at no cost. Read more: Marc Sparks (Author of They Can’t Eat You) – Goodreads
Chaired by Natalie Boyle, Mommies in Need was awarded the second Spark Tank grant by Marc Sparks. In her words, Natalie Boyle appreciated Spark Tank in her speech ‘Mommies in Need is humbled to be rewarded with the 2nd Spark Tank grant.
We shall ensure that the subsidy is put to good use in the society. We have started the search for trained nannies in special needs and bilingual nannies. We have also communicated our openings to the community with the aim of helping many families.
It is essential for Spark Tank applicants to be a 501c3 organization which has been active for a minimum of two years. All non-profit organizations get a ten minutes presentation of their cases and cause then questions can be channeled to the Spark Tank team. After the presentation, the channel offers an evaluation of each program according to their case presentation and their potential in making proper use of the grant. Given their expertise, the panel can select the team that would make good use of the grant.
In his words, Sparks wanted to ‘spark’ or sharpen the brains of entrepreneurs with great potential. He also wanted to be a leadership mentor for the non-profit organizations by assisting them in honing their presentation skills. According to Angel.co, many potential entrepreneurs fail because they lack the ability to express themselves. Marc Sparks generated the program to empower the society.