Too many designs.
Some shoes are not well-made.
The store is inorganized.
Lots of debts.
The business is losing big and can be closed soon.
Owners did not know their exact numbers.
Their launching new products too fast.
Dan financial decisions made the company fail.
Dan struggles to listen to his co-owners.
Because Marcus sees a bright future for Inkkas Worldwear, he offered the Dan, Dave and David 750,000 for 51% ownership. He wants to give the three (3) co-owners $60,000 each as their salaries. Marcus also wishes to use some amount to resolve the debts, pay the service merchant loan, pay for inventory and product development. Dan was so excited with the deal but his
Inkkas Worldwear stop being a retailer, they focus on being a wholesaler. They work on style and comfort.
They transfer to a new location.
They remodeled their space and make it more conducive.
They focus on the core line.
They stick to the basic.
They stop reinventing the shoe line.
During the show
Marcus gave Dan a last chance and let him worked with his team. He wants him to step up and be the leader of his squad. Dan is very creative but normally too aggressive. In the process and with the guidance of Marcus, he was tamed and learned to focus well. Inkkas Worldwear presented their banner products and the owner of DNA Shoewear was happy. Inkkas Worldwear made a deal with this huge shoe retailer. Marcus was so proud with Dan and all the people of Inkkas Worldwear. They made exciting products that truly represents their company and their visions. Marcus knows that they will succeed.