Listen in as the first winners of Miller Lite Tap the Future share how they held true to their original business idea.
Patrice Banks of Girls Auto Clinic shares how she took the wheel to empower women.
Take a look at how AquaVault turned a bad day into big business.
Best Self Co. shares the importance of holding true to your company's purpose.
Daymond John shares how Miller Lite Tap the Future is changing lives and supporting communities.
Check out a sneak preview of the Miller Lite Tap the Future: Brewed to Hold True video series.
Miller Lite Tap the Future is back and looking for individuals with original business ideas who are ready to take their business to the next level. Participants will have the opportunity to pitch their business live in front of Daymond John from ABC’s Shark Tank and compete for the grand prize of over $100K. Interested? Applications are being accepted now until April 14th. Good luck!
Miller Lite celebrates the 2016 winners of the Tap the Future program with more than $200,000 in prizes.
Entrepreneurs take the stage nationwide for their shot at $20,000 and the chance at advancing to the finals to compete for a $200,000 grand prize.
HoneyMoon Brewery is the grand prize winner of the Miller Lite Tap the Future program, earning $200K to go towards their business.
Los Angeles team, Tip Flops lit up the stage at the Miller Lite Tap the Future Live Pitch event in Los Angeles and earned $20K for their business. Tip Flops, a two-in-one shoe that combines toe separators with a flip flop to minimize wait times when receiving a pedicure, will go up against five other teams for a chance at winning the $200K grand prize.
Chicago-based business CHOP CHOP, impressed the judges at the Chicago Live Pitch event winning $20K. CHOP CHOP, provides a high-end mobile full-service salon experience meeting the growing need of business professionals and the time-limited consumer.
Chattanooga startup, Pass it Down took top honors at the Miller Lite Tap the Future Live Pitch event in Atlanta, winning $20K for their company. This business, provides a free storytelling platform that supports telling stories in multi-media. Later this month, they will present before our national judging panel where they have a chance to win $200K for their business.
Nuekie, a health and beauty company that uses modern science and traditional African medicine to address skincare issues, came out on top at the Miller Lite Tap the Future Live Pitch event in Miami.
CosmoSafe, an e-learning business that trains, educates and certifies makeup artists on hygiene and sanitary measures, took top honors at the Live Pitch event in Philadelphia. Next is the national finals where they will vie for the grand prize of 200K.
Santa Fe-based Honeymoon Brewery dominated the stage at the Miller Lite Tap the Future Live Pitch event in Houston and earned $20K for their business. HoneyMoon Brewery, a company that’s disrupting the tea industry with its special kombucha brew, will go up against five other teams of finalists for a chance at winning the $200K grand prize.
Previous Miller Lite Tap the Future winner Patrice Banks of Girls Auto clinic is recognized by Oprah and the White House.
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Former Miller Lite Tap the Future winner, Brian Hill shares his experience with the program, how to give your best pitch and what's next for Edovo.
“The Shark” offers 9 books he turns to for motivation, useful counsel and instruments that have guided him in his journey to success.
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You either have it or you don’t. Check out this quick read to find out if you have the chops to make it on your own.
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Latina, entrepreneur, and philanthropist are just a few words to describe Judith Duval. In this article, Duval shares how she managed to face adversity as an immigrant and open her own business.
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Chicago- based Edovo, is the grand prize winner of the Miller Lite Tap the Future program taking $200K home for their business. This innovative business provides a self-driven educational and vocational platform for correctional facilities. Congratulations to Brian Hill and the Edovo team. Cheers!
The Miller Lite Tap the Future tour, an entrepreneurial competition far from the ordinary, recently wrapped at the end of the summer. As the second-phase of the national business plan competition, not only were the contestants on their game but attendees as well. Hosted by lifestyle expert, Kenny Burns, of Revolt TV, the tour was full of laughs and unexpected surprises for the audience.
At some point you may consider getting a business partner or co-founder. But partnering doesn’t always make good business sense if you simply like the other person. Whatever the reason, when forming a business partnership, just like with a marriage there are certain steps you need to take to help ensure a happy and prosperous relationship.
Evan Wray and Sean O’Brien teamed up in 2012 to start their company Swyft Media (formerly known as Text Pride), an app that offers licensed emoji/emoticons for branded content. Since then, not only did the duo win the grand prize in the very first Miller Lite Tap the Future competition, they went on to build a million dollar company, partnering with over 300 brands and was recently acquired by Monotype Image Holdings for $27 million. Swyft Media has proven to be an originator and innovator and we can’t wait to see what they do next. This article on WSJ goes in more detail about their work.
Launching a business, growing a business or striving to do anything great requires taking a risk and putting in work. The road to success stretches you and requires you to keep yourself motivated. Inc. magazine compiled 65 motivational quotes that inspire you to have faith in yourself and dare you to do great things.
Chattanooga-based moving company Bellhops came out on top in the 2014 Miller Lite Tap the Future competition. Nooga.com talked with the co-founders of Bellhops about their experience in the competition and how they plan to use their winnings.
Through entrepreneurs come from various backgrounds and have different stories, many of them share similar personality traits. This article from Inc. magazine lists 10 signs shared by people born with the entrepreneurial spirit. Read on to see if you fit the bill.
Looking to explore some new business ideas? This article from Inc. magazine points out the five fastest growing industries for the small business market. If you are an investor or entrepreneur looking to start or grow a new business, this might be a good place to start.
If you feel like your business could use a little boost, then Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Barry Moltz has just the advice for you. Moltz has discovered the formula to get stuck business owners unstuck and marching forward by applying simple, strategic steps to facilitate change. In this podcast, Barry talks about the hard knocks he’s had, lessons he’s learned as a successful entrepreneur and tips on how to get your business “unstuck.”
Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Daymond John began his foray into entrepreneurship when he co-founded the clothing line FUBU with friends. In this article, John talks about turning FUBU into an international brand, his experience as a Tap the Future judge, his role as a “Shark” on ABC’s Shark Tank and some of the secrets to his success.
What does Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Daymond John from ABC's "Shark Tank" think are the traits of a great entrepreneur? Read the article below to find out.