Businesswoman’s $1.2M Food Business Valuation Shakes Up The Tank! | Shark Tank AUS

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    Learn from the best. Check out the comprehensive online entrepreneur video tutorials. Designed to provide you with everything you need to succeed with your start-up and business life: Indi Sutton is seeking a $300,000 investment in return she’s offering 25% of ‘The Monday Food Company’ which manufactures and sells organic, gluten-free and paleo granola. Indi’s granola may be the tastiest the Sharks have tasted… but one by one, all bar investor Glen Richards dropped out, citing issues with the business’ valuation and profitability. Company Website: An international sensation, Shark Tank AUS features entrepreneurs pitching for investment in the Tank from our Sharks, five venture capitalists willing to invest their own money in exchange for equity. As Seen On Shark Tank Australia Products: Shark Tank US Products Collection: #SharkTank #TheMondayFoodCo #PerfectTaste

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