Thanks to Emma’s hard work and smart business moves she quickly managed to build a strong network with influential brands and personalities
Every successful entrepreneur needs two things: capital and a good mentor. ABC’s popular show ‘Shark Tank’ provides both of them for budding entrepreneurs. The show which has successfully completed twelve seasons features budding entrepreneurs pitching their unique business plans to Sharks (investors), trying to convince them to invest in their idea. These Sharks then decide whether they want to invest in the idea or not, considering they have to invest their own personal money, there is plenty of drama in store.
While Mark Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Barbara Corcoran, and Daymond John are the regular Sharks on the show. Every season a roster of select guest Sharks are roped in to make things more interesting. Season 13’s guest Sharks include Nirav Tolia, Kevin Hart, Peter Jones, Emma Grede and returning guest Shark Daniel Lubetzky. Although all of these new guest Sharks are extremely wealthy and successful entrepreneurs and investors in their own domain, Emma will be creating history as the first-ever Black female Shark on the show! If you’re curious to know more about Emma, her business with the Kardashians, and also her net worth, then we got you covered.
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Who is Emma Grede?
Emma is best known as the founder and CEO of the famous Kardashian-owned apparel brand- Good American. She co-founded Good American in 2016 with Khloe Kardashian.
Emma was born in 1982 and grew up in London. She comes from a working-class family and was raised by a single mother alongside her three other sisters. In an interview with Rebecca Jarvis on her podcast, ‘No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis’ Emma revealed that she was always interested in fashion since a young age. “Fashion has always been something that I had a passion for, I was really drawn to that world but I never saw myself as a creative like in the strictest sense. I thought design and creativity was for someone else.” She enrolled in The London College of Fashion and graduated in 2001. After her graduation, she began working with Inca Productions, a leading fashion show and event production company in Europe. At Ince Productions, Emma headed the company’s endorsement and sponsorship practice. While working with Inca she collaborated with top designers such as Vivienne. Brinkwire Brief News.