Marc Sparks: Expanding Horizons and Inspiring Change

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Marc Sparks is a renowned entrepreneur and venture capitalist based in Dallas, Texas. His career has not only influenced economic change, but has also touched the social life among many people. Marc is a philanthropist and an inspiring author who has sold thousands of copies of his book They Can’t Eat You.

He has owned a series of business and most of his energy has been invested in the telecommunications industry. Marc has championed the creation of programs that have helped to inspire emerging entrepreneurs to set bigger goals. Read more: Marc Sparks (Author of They Can’t Eat You) – Goodreads

In the spirit of encouraging financial growth and entrepreneurial culture, Marc Sparks has emerged as a successful venture capitalist. He has been giving startup capital to businesses that hold big prospects for the future. Although this is a highly speculative attempt, he has been quite successful and most of the businesses he has supported have grown into market leaders.

The path to success

In his book They Can’t Eat You, Marc Sparks describes his rugged journey to success and how clinging on to the never-say-die attitude has helped him to achieve his goals. His main goal in this publication is to motivate others to enter the business world if one has a solid idea that can be implemented.

He also points out some of the drawbacks that trigger failure among upcoming entrepreneurs and how to handle such challenges. Marc Sparks concludes that anyone can succeed if the right path is followed. Read more: Marc Sparks – Profile – Disqus

Extending a hand of love
Marc Sparks believes philanthropy is an action that supports the uplifting of others in the society so as to achieve overall growth in a community. He does not believe in keeping all wealth he earns for himself. Therefore, he is an active donor in Dallas and he supports a program that helps the needy to pursue diplomas. Marc Sparks not only donates money to these programs, but he also offers his time to mentor young individuals who he believes will be the future entrepreneurs.

About Spark Tank

Lynne, who has been working with Marc Sparks in many projects, brought up an idea to create a program that would harvest ‘out of the box’ suggestions from social service entrepreneurs. This idea was advanced to form Spark Tank, which has been seeking applicants in the social service industry to present their unique ideas that can trigger social success.

The program is open and the application window will close on July 15, 2016. The program is structured like a competition that will be looking for the strongest idea. There are several panelists who will review all applications to determine the finalists.

The finalists will get a chance to present their ideas before the Spark Tank panel on a date that will be communicated later.

Learn more about Marc Sparks:

http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/marcsparks
http://sparktankdfw.com/