The Sharks Get Drunk! #Shorts | Shark Tank AUS

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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.

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Shark Tank is a business based TV show in which investors assess the ideas of budding entrepreneurs, in front of the cameras. This is the Australian version, which aired for four series until 2019, on Channel 10.

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