Shark Tank Biography
Daymond John is CEO and founder of FUBU, a much-celebrated global lifestyle brand with more than $6 billion in sales. Now in his ninth season on the three-time Emmy award-winning series Shark Tank, John continues to challenge himself in all aspects of business.
A New York Times best-selling author for his 2016 book, The Power of Broke, John's commitment to entrepreneurship has been celebrated on a global level.
In 2015, he was named a presidential ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship and was part of an exclusive group who joined President Obama at the Global Entrepreneur Summit in Kenya, and traveled with the president on his historic trip to Cuba in March 2016.
Additionally, in 2017 John launched the creative executive co-working space, blueprint+co. Its mission is to educate and empower by building a community of like-minded entrepreneurs that can benefit from his resources and track record of success.
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Perhaps unsurprisingly, the bulk of Daymond's investments on Shark Tank have been in apparel companies. However, Daymond's sense of humor and love of fishing might go some ways to explain why gag and recreation have outsized investment dollars when compared to the relative number of actual investments.
In terms of overall investment dollars, Daymond is solidly in the middle of the pack, never spending anywhere close to what Mark Cuban might invest but also not spending as little as Barbara Corcoran. He seems to prefer equity deals where the entrepreneur is open to licensing their products but has participated in two of the very view buyouts that have happened.
Daymond has also been a guest on NPRs How I Built This. On this episode, it's stated that Daymond's net-worth is $250,000,000 and that, at the time it was recorded, he had invested about $8,500,000 into companies on the show.
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