The Profit In 10 Minutes: Swim By Chuck Handy | CNBC Prime

Birt 4 des 2020
"The Profit" episode "SWIM by Chuck Handy" is now available to watch in just 10 minutes! Hear the Full Episode with The Profit Podcast: megaphone.link/CNBC4071064868
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When Marcus Lemonis isn’t running his multi-billion dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In each one-hour episode of The Profit, Lemonis makes an offer that’s impossible to refuse; his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. And once inside these companies, he’ll do almost anything to save the business and make himself a profit; even if it means firing the president, promoting the secretary or doing the work himself.
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  • Wtf, 500k he can open new brand and kick this guy out of business

    • He's mostly paying for their sweat equity, experience, and learning curve.. not to mention the passion behind the family. They spend numerous hours and life savings toward their company. If anyone is vested in this company it's them. They just need guidance, processes, and some connections and should be ok. To start a business from scratch and find the right team takes alot of time and effort and besides, Marcus is all about leveraging

  • couldn't marcus just start his own company for $655k? did he just pay to employ founders?

    • He's mostly paying for their sweat equity, experience, and learning curve.. not to mention the passion behind the family. They spend numerous hours and life savings toward their company. If anyone is vested in this company it's them. They just need guidance, processes, and some connections and should be ok. To start a business from scratch and find the right team takes a lot of time and effort, Marcus is all about leveraging what's currently working and fixing what;s wrong.

  • Dear all the students who have to watch this video because of the teacher, good luck to all of you

  • Marcus should carry a towel on his shoulder for the tears 😆

  • My teacher makes me watch this

  • I have a pay phone booth company that’s not doing well, can I have $650,000?

  • Too early for the comment that says it's out of business.

  • The company branding is alwaysssssss horrible!!!! Who does these horrible design????!!!!!

  • Is this on any streaming services?

  • Oh yes!!! ischats.info/fun/irOPhqV4k3icZaY/v-deo

  • The daughter is a smoke show

  • Great Episode & Great Job by all of them.

  • Mesmerized by the girl

  • Wonder how the company doin now

  • Marcus Lemonis is the best!

  • Go watch Kayde Nelson. She's a mom trying to make a PROFIT to support her daughter. She's a great mom

  • If its on sale I'll buy last years print

  • Why am I subscribed to this channel?

  • Im 1 minute in. Marcus is definitely going to give somebody a talking to.

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