Accounting software provider MYOB has announced it has signed as a major sponsor of Shark Tank on Network Ten, which returns to screens tonight.
In its fourth season, Shark Tank continues its format of having budding business owners and entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to the ‘sharks’, who have invested $21 million of their own money in businesses via the series to date.
Shark Tank star and Boost Juice founder Janine Allis (pictured above, second from the left) happens to be long-time supporter of MYOB, with the software being recommended within her business to the hundreds of small franchises that make up Boost Juice.
MYOB’s head of brand, Ben Lemon, said: “We know it’s tough for businesses, particularly in the early years.
“Shark Tank provides a unique opportunity for business owners and entrepreneurs to get in front of seasoned investors and gain solid business advice as well as the potential for huge funding.
“We’re proud to partner with a series that highlights some great ideas that really pay off for founders, many of whom have worked extremely hard for many years.
“What we love about Shark Tank is the creativity and passion the entrepreneurs bring every season.”