Sarah Oliver Hand Bags on Shark Tank
|Sarah Oliver Handbags|
appearing on the next
Shark Tank Show in Episode 714
So where does Sarah Oliver find professional knitters with that much experience to make high-quality custom handbags? In perhaps one of the most under-rated places when you're looking for quality help with plenty of experience, a Senior Retirement Community. To get an idea how the Sara Oliver Handbags are made by highly motivated Senior Citizens that are already making this new Shark Tank product a success, the commercial video below does an excellent job showing this business model's a win-win-win for all parties involved.
For starters, every single Purlette+1 as the Senior knitters call themselves, looks highly motivated with a genuine interest making quality Made In America hand knitted products. How many businesses can honestly say that about "all their employees and business partners"? The more I learn about the SarahOliverHandbag's entire business model, the more I'm convinced this will become one of Shark Tank's Biggest Success Stories from Season 7, if not the entire History of the Show.
Sarah Oliver Handbag Reviews before Shark Tank Episode 714As you might already expect, all the Sara Oliver Handbags and accessories have the highest ratings possible. Who wouldn't appreciate a custom-made hand-knitted product that Grandma made, even if she's not your real Grandmother? All Grandma's and occasionally Grandpas who've knitted over the years did so because they enjoyed what they do and not for profit. But now thanks to Sarah Oliver and the Shark Tank Show, many more Senior Citizens living in Retirement Communities will be given a chance to earn extra money doing something they love to do.
There has been only one other business that's made it on the Shark Tank having a somewhat similar business model hiring Senior Citizens as your primary core employee base. The Rent-A-Grandma was seen in Shark Tank Season 3 and didn't come close to getting a deal with the Sharks. Kevin O'Leary's main objective was they couldn't squeeze grandma's wages hard enough to make a decent profit. What separates Sarah Oliver's business model is the fact you don't need to squeeze grandma to make a decent profit using this currently untapped older labor force. Even putting all the money and profits aside, what could be better for anyone living in a Retirement Home doing something that has a real scene of accomplishment at the end of the day?
Watch Sarah Oliver Handbags on the next Shark Tank this Friday night, 12/4/2015, and see not if, but who IMO are the Shark(s) that invested in this business model that'll be hiring Senior Citizens from Retirement Communities all across the United States. It just makes "business" sense" for the Sharks to close this deal.