Comcast Business is hosting a casting call for the ABC show “Shark Tank” in Atlanta, providing small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs an opportunity to achieve their business aspirations in the upcoming 10th season of the program. The show gives entrepreneurs a chance to launch their businesses or expand their products’ reach.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with ‘Shark Tank’ and give our customers and local entrepreneurs the chance to get their businesses off of the ground,” said Michelle Pluskota, regional vice president for Comcast Business, said in a news release.
The casting call will take place at The Farm ATL inside the Comcast Central Division Headquarters at The Battery Atlanta, 2605 Circle 75 Pkwy. in southeast Cobb County, April 29. The first 500 entrepreneurs to arrive at each open casting call are guaranteed to be seen and will pitch the “Shark Tank” casting team with their business concepts, products or ideas. For more casting call information and to fill out an application, visit www.pitchsharktank.com.
“We are always excited to visit cities across the country in our quest to find promising entrepreneurs with great ideas. I believe that great entrepreneurs are all around the U.S., and they just need an opportunity to pitch their idea, so we look forward to traveling to Atlanta,” “Shark Tank” Executive Producer Clay Newbill said in a news release.
Comcast Business is bringing additional amenities to this casting call, including free Wi-Fi, charging stations for wireless devices, and a lounge area where attendees can network with other local entrepreneurs.