Tim McEneny began his entrepreneurial journey in 1982 after an 11 year corporate career. Since then, he has started and run three companies and has written two books on entrepreneurship. In 2009 he sold his internet software company after successfully navigating all seven stages of the business life-cycle. The company survived and thrived through five recessions and through four disruptive technologies during its 28 year history.
An award-winning innovator, Tim McEneny is credited with the development of the first Windows and the first Web-based Procure-to-Pay applications. He has been named a Pro-to-know four times by Supply Chain magazine.
His latest book, “Unlocking Your Entrepreneurial Potential: Marketing, Money, and Management Strategies for the Self-Funded Entrepreneur” is available on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Unlocking-Your-Entrepreneurial-Potential-Entrepreneur/dp/1462032443/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1474295580&sr=1-1&keywords=tim+mceneny
Tim judges Business Plan contests, mentors a number of entrepreneurs, and writes a blog analyzing the entrepreneurs appearing on the Shark Tank TV show. He has watched and analyzed every episode since Season 3 and has evaluated the presentations of over 500 entrepreneurs appearing on Shark Tank.
For the past eight years, Tim has published the “Best and Worst of Shark Tank” where the Best Entrepreneurs win a “Sharky Award” and the Worst receive our thanks for helping new entrepreneurs understand what it takes to succeed.