We Interviewed Barbara Corcoran Live -- You Told Us What to Ask Her The 'Shark Tank' star discussed creative ways entrepreneurs can be more resourceful.
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Barbara Corcoran famously got a $1,000 loan to start the real estate company that would become the Corcoran Group. In 2001, she sold the business for $66 million. For the last eight years, this straight shooter has been a judge and investor on Shark Tank, helping many a founder get the funds and mentorship to turn their dreams into reality.
And this week she'll be answering your questions.
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On Jan. 26 at 11 a.m. ET, readers joined Entrepreneur for a Facebook Live with Corcoran, where we discussed being more resourceful, how to score capital and rise above some of the thorniest obstacles facing new business owners. You can sign up at the bottom of the page.
In the Facebook Live, we talked about:
Being resourceful. We'll ask her how entrepreneurs can better maximize their company's time and money.
Getting funding. We'll talk to her about how funding could change this year -- and if you even need it.
Being creative. We'll discuss real-world, actionable ideas that can help you be smarter and savvier with every tool at your disposal.
Got a specific question for Barbara? Let us know. Share your question on our Facebook page and it could be answered live this week.