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Restaurant StartUp on CNBC

Restaurant Start up Shark Tank -like Show

Restaurant Start-Up on CNBC - July 8, 2014

Restaurant Reality Show after Shark Tank
Restaurant Startup Business Show on CNBC
following 2 hours of Shark Tank Tuesday
 CNBC's new Business Reality Show "Restaurant Start up" wants to give the Shark Tank Show a run for its money. In fact it looks like they chose a restaurant already seen on the Shark Tank "Baby's Bad Ass Burgers" to be featured on Restaurant Startup's premiere show. Unlike the Shark Tank where you need to convince the Sharks to invest knowing very little about you, the Restaurant Startup will put your business plan to the test before deciding if it's a worthy investment.

Do you have a great idea for a new restaurant start-up? Then you're going to love this new Business Reality Show CNBC is adding to its Prime Time lineup starting this Tuesday night July 8th, 2014. The hosts Joe Bastianich, Tim Love and Wylon Lucas will be interviewing future restaurant concepts that have the potential to become national brands. If you can sell them on the concept, they will open up you're restaurant in three day's time and let the customers decide how good it really is.

By watching the video CNBC Prime put out advertising the newest business related reality show, Restaurant Startup is taking parts of the Shark Tank and The Profit Show, and combining them with a unique twist. You'll first need to go up against Joe Bastinich and Tim Love in a Shark Tank like atmosphere convincing the two very successful restaurant entrepreneurs to invest in your concept. Restaurant Startup will then take this concept and build your dreams into reality in only three days' time. This is where industry expert Wylon Lucas will go behind the scenes giving her professional advice to grow this concept into a national franchise brand similar to Marcus Lemonis on The Profit.

It sure looks like a lot of behind the scenes drama which could good for the ratings, (I wish the Shark Tank would go behind the scenes more often) but still "keep it real" and more of a learning tool for aspiring entrepreneurs. Remember "Crowd Rules" which was another business reality show last year on CNBC? It was a great concept, but too much excess drama in a game show like atmosphire, is clearly not what entrepreneurs prefer to watch.  The balance of making a good reality show (drama) along with solid business advise like both the Shark Tank and The Profit Show has, is what Restaurant Startup will need to succeed.

Check it out this Tuesday night on CNBC right after two episodes of the Shark Tank on July 8, 2014.

Restaurant Start-Up on CNBC


  1. Anonymous1:37 AM

    How dose some one that has a Idea never summited to any one or any where will not be stolen. A Idea that would cause a lot of press but be perfectly legal, stay protected?
    By the way I enjoyed the show, I feel it will get old it has to be a new idea not just a hamburger or a sandwich or ribs. something new which I have.