UPCOMING EVENT

Tune in for Dreaming Big: Turning Big Ideas into Real Businesses!

Thursday, November 21 at 12:30 pm ET

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Join us for an inspiring and empowering episode as we sit down with inventor, entrepreneur, and speaker Tiffany Krumins to learn from her entrepreneurial journey. Tiffany will share how a real-life challenge led to an inspired solution, and how hard work and vision turned it into a thriving business. Tiffany will share her hard-won insights that can help you learn how to:

  • Nurture innovation in your business and yourself
  • Turn your business idea into a real business
  • Maintain focus on your goals and overcome adversity

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Tiffany Krumins is a respected inventor, iHeartRadio host, motivational speaker, successful entrepreneur, and mother of three. After being awarded a $50,000 investment on the inaugural episode of ABC’s Shark Tank, Tiffany turned her children’s medicine dispenser invention into a best-selling, product, Ava the Elephant. She has since attracted the attention of media heavy hitters, such as Dr. Oz, Fox Business, Entrepreneur, Forbes, and most recently The Today Show, with a reputation for combining uncanny creativity, cunning business strategies, and substantive causes to create success. Today, Tiffany leads Mom Genius, an early stage incubator for investors and entrepreneurs, through her daily intention that business success and personal fulfillment are not mutually exclusive.

About Our Host

Fran Tarkenton is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame, playing quarterback for the University of Georgia, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New York Giants during a record-setting career that took him to three Super Bowls. Since retiring from football Fran has had a successful and publicly recognized business career, building more than 20 companies (including during his NFL career). Today, Fran is a trusted spokesperson for small business in America, appearing as a small business authority with television, radio, and print journalists.