Marc Sparks Giving Back To Dallas Non-profits Through Spark Tank

Dallas is not just home to the Cowboys, it also houses Marc Sparks and his firm which complements his work as a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist. Timber Creek Capital is the name of the company, and they have moved offices only a few years ago in order to help with the collaboration and teamwork necessary to really get energy flowing and ideas materializing. If one takes a look at the Mark Spark’s premises it appears to be like something off of Spark Tank, where all of the great ideas in Texas come for a shot at making it big.

 

Marc Sparks understands the recipe to winning if his resume of successes is any indication to the fact. He is continually dispensing wisdom with such advice as “The process of starting a business begins with building a business model and acquiring the resources to ensure success.” That is certainly good advice, and he took the Timber Creek Capital to the newest location in order that there would be no corners cut when providing an exciting environment for the incubation of ideas and concepts. People work better when they can be enthusiastic about where they are and where they are going.Learn more :¬†http://www.fundacity.com/marc-sparks

 

The allusions to the popular hit tv show are not all simply comparisons either. Marc Sparks has recently collaborated with Lynne Sipiora in order to create and launch a venture by a similar name: “Spark Tank.” The great work that will be done there amounts to awarding grants to smaller non-profit organizations that have improving the community around them as one of their main premises. They are now (April/May 2017) calling for all Dallas-based non-profits to submit a proposal so that they can be considered for one of the many $5000 grants which will be given to help organizations.

 

The Spark Tank panel will review the proposals of interested organizations who have been in operation for at least two years. The panel will watch a 10-minute presentation and then there will be a question and answer session for another 10 minutes. The potential impact is going to be one of the highest considerations as well as the ability of the organization to measure that impact. Through initiatives where it can be proven that positive change is happening then everyone involved will know that their efforts are being directed properly. Marc Sparks continues to add his contributions to Dallas and other areas in Texas and the nation.

 

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