TURNING GREAT FRIENDS
INTO GREAT BUSINESS PARTNERS
We want to help you and your friends take your business to the next level with Miller Lite Tap the Future.
Miller Time's always been about great friends and great Pilsner taste. But now, it's about great business partners and great ideas. Miller Lite Tap the Future is the business competition that pits like-minded groups of entrepreneurs against each other to claim their slice of a $300K prize pool. In addition, we offer business seminars, live pitch opportunities, and access to mentors and business moguls like Daymond John from ABC’s “Shark Tank.” Consider this your official invitation. Round up the crew with a round of Miller Lite and get to work. It's time to find out if you've got what it takes.
NATIONAL FINALS
August 16, 2014
Chicago, IL
Business and Branding Tips from Daymond John

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.

Making Lemonade out of Lemons

Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Daymond John from ABC’s “Shark Tank”, has had a number of successes, but also a number of failures. He explains, “if you aren’t making mistakes, you aren’t making moves.” Check out the video clip as Daymond shares the lessons he’s learned in business and how to turn failures into successes.

Get Connected

The Internet makes it possible to reach potential customers locally or globally. Are you connected? Miller Lite Tap the Future judge Barry Moltz shares a few ideas on the best ways to stay connected with customers and start a conversation with new ones.

100 Questions Every Entrepreneur Should Ask

How do entrepreneurs continually produce fresh ideas and improve the vision for their companies? By asking the right questions. Inc. Magazine compiled a list of questions that entrepreneurs, CEOs, business authors and bloggers have asked themselves to keep new ideas flowing. Check out the link below to read the questions you should consider when thinking about the future of your business.

Seven Deadly Sins of Pitching

Semifinalists in the Miller Lite Tap the Future competition need to prepare to present to our panel of judges in the Live Pitch Events. Inc. Magazine describes the seven deadly sins of sales pitching and tips on how to correct them.