My Journey to Shark Tank and Beyond

Event overview :

Jack Bonneau shares his journey from a single lemonade stand to buy a Lego when he was 8, to creating a business which provides kids the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship, business while earning money and having fun! He shares being the youngest male to successfully pitch on Shark Tank to a failed lemonade brand that was rejected by consumers and his new startup Teen Hustl.

Event Description :

I share my story as an 8-year-old who wanted a Lego Star Wars Deathstar, started a lemonade stand at my local farmers market to make it a real business. The following year created Jack’s Stands to share my experience with others at other farmer market locations. Then added Jack’s Marketplaces and brought Jack’s Stands & Marketplaces to malls in Colorado. My story was picked up by the New York Times, Today Show, Fox & Friends, all local media and I became the youngest male to successfully pitch and receive a deal on ABC’s Shark Tank. I also share there were setbacks when I tried to create my own brand of lemonade. I talk about balancing school, friends and family and launching my new startup Teen Hustl during these challenging time of the Coronavirus.

Key Takeaways :

Entrepreneurship knows no age requirement
Problem Solving
Empowering others

Pre-Work :

1 hour presentation time required


28 Apr 2020


( EST )
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 28 Apr 2020
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Virtual Meeting


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Virtual Zoom Meeting , Online.

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