Hard tech entrepreneur and entrepreneur Chris Seldana, known for his popular series, Shark Tank, will be joining Fox Business Network on July 1 to discuss his latest venture, an online marketplace called Shop.
Seldanas’ website, Shop.com, will have a variety of products and services, from furniture to hair care.
He also is the founder of the Hard Tech Entrepreneurs Association (HTEA), an industry group that seeks to educate the general public about the new technology.
HTEA president Jim Siegel said he hopes that people will take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about this new, exciting field.
“This is a new frontier,” he said.
“We don’t have any clear answers.
There’s a lot of great stuff to learn about, but there’s also a lot that is still not understood.”
For example, how does it work?
“There are a lot more things that are not understood,” he added.
“There is a lot less data and a lot fewer experts out there.”
Saldanas first idea to try and create a marketplace came in his late teens.
“I was like, ‘What if I made a marketplace?'” he said, laughing.
“And I thought, I’m gonna make a market where you buy stuff, and I’m going to get paid to make stuff for you, and you pay me.”
He had no idea how the idea would go from there.
“It just kind of came from the fact that I was a pretty dumb kid, and my mind is already working on it,” he recalled.
“But that’s how my imagination was.”
Sollers website is currently available at Shop.
The site is designed to be simple and intuitive.
The user interface is made of a single button on a touchscreen.
There is a listing of all products and offers, and the price of each item is shown on the right side of the screen.
The product list includes a description, price and the location.
The marketplace has a limit of 10 items per customer, and each customer can buy only one item per order.
Soller said he plans to make the marketplace more robust over time.
“The more products we offer, the more people are going to use it,” Sollerson said.
Solla, who graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a degree in business administration, has worked for several companies, including the insurance company New England Life.
“You know, I started this business in my late 20s and have been working on and off for the past 10 years,” he explained.
“As I have gotten older, I have started thinking about it and realizing that this is something that could be the next big thing.”
Solla believes that the online marketplace will be an attractive option for new businesses that are looking to grow, as well as for existing businesses.
“A lot of people are trying to build businesses on the internet,” he told Fox Business.
“For example, I work with a couple of companies that were founded on the Internet.
So, they’re kind of building out their businesses, and they’re trying to get their products in stores.
So that’s an avenue that people can look to.”
Sellers website includes several services, including a list of all of the products that customers can purchase.
But he has a few other ideas for how he plans on expanding the marketplace.
“Maybe I can just make a list, and that’s it,” said Solles.
“If I have a lot, I’ll just start with a few.”
He also plans to create a special section for each product, so people can easily search for that specific product.
He said that he would also like to have a special category for “specials” — that is, items that he is specifically targeting.
The categories will include “designer hair products,” “personal care products,” and “designs.”
Sells plan is to build a marketplace that people like, rather than just a product.
“People really don’t know what they want, so they can’t find the product,” he continued.
They don’t necessarily need to know everything.” “
They don’t need to be experts.
They don’t necessarily need to know everything.”
He said he is not trying to compete with the likes of eBay or Amazon, but to offer products that people have seen on television.
“My focus is really on giving people a place to come in and find what they’re looking for, and get something that they like.”