Episodes
Serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis travels to Brooklyn, New York and visits `A. Stein Meat Products', a second-generation business run by two lifelong friends.
Published 06/01/21
Dark times have befallen Vision Quest Lighting, whose panicked owner lost his way following a slump in sales.
Published 05/25/21
Published 05/25/21
Greg and Jennifer Lyles want to keep their Kentucky BBQ restaurant small and local, but their son, Chandler, has dreams of going national; as the threat of bankruptcy looms, Marcus strives to put this family on the same road to success.
Published 05/18/21
A master bagel maker builds a big following in Chicago, but even as he dreams of expanding beyond the Windy City his business is growing stale; if Marcus can't push him to rise to the occasion, this would-be mogul won't be going anywhere.
Published 05/11/21
A kitchen supply store in Manhatten faces extinction following the owner's divorce; Marcus tries to get them working together again.
Published 05/04/21
An embroidery and silk screening company in Queens, NY is about to close its doors forever after the owner has bitten off more than he can chew.
Published 04/27/21
The owner of a multimillion-dollar ramp and safety company avoids conflict with his staff members, including his son; Marcus tries to help them overcome their troubled past.
Published 04/20/21
Marcus Lemonis checks in on a clothing company that has fallen back on old, bad habits.
Published 04/13/21
Marcus helps a California company specialising in retail displays that is struggling to stay relevant. The owner on the company seems to only slows progress and limit creativity.
Published 04/06/21
Marcus helps a California entrepreneur who went all-in on a coffee business with no prior experience and got in over his head.
Published 03/30/21
The owner of a packaged Southern food business bites off more than she can chew, bringing colossal debts that clog her cash flow.
Published 03/23/21
The owner of a women's "athleisure" company finds success building a following online, but her conservative aesthetic is starting to lose popularity; she refuses to take any risks, despite suffering sales; Marcus urges her to think outside the box.
Published 03/16/21
At a dessert shop in Los Angeles, Marcus must help a sweet and successful entrepreneur reign in her ideas before her many ventures cause chaos to her delectable empire.
Published 03/09/21
Two friends uprooted their lives in England to start a gazebo company in the US, but an inefficient process and poor workplace conditions have brought their relationship to the breaking point.
Published 03/02/21
Entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis has invested more than $20 million of his own money in small businesses featured on The Profit. But when each episode ends, his work is just beginning. In this special episode, Lemonis returns to four of those companies – Coopersburg Sports, Key Lime Pie Co., Artistic Stitch, and Unique Salon & Spa – and reveals which partnerships have flourished… and which have floundered.
Published 02/23/21
A van conversion company wants to expand, and it’s a business space that Marcus knows well. But with shoddy work and a confusing process, this “dream-making” company might just drive off a cliff.
Published 02/16/21
The owner of a packaged Southern food business bites off more than she can chew, bringing colossal debts that clog her cash flow.
Published 02/09/21
Published 02/02/21
A small skin care and cosmetics business is suffering from a big identity crisis as its founder creates new products on a whim. Can entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis help this company regain its focus and fulfill its potential?
Published 02/02/21
A Chicago-based lighting company sparks innovation with unique designs and customizable options, but the owner's lack of leadership causes sales to fizzle; if Marcus can't convince her to value her team, it may be lights out for this startup.
Published 01/19/21
A Chicago-based lighting company sparks innovation with unique designs and customizable options, but the owner's lack of leadership causes sales to fizzle; if Marcus can't convince her to value her team, it may be lights out for this startup.
Published 01/19/21
A Los Angeles clothing brand suffers from its owner's inconsistent designs and wasteful spending, despite the help of his brother and sister.
Published 01/12/21
A Los Angeles clothing brand suffers from its owner's inconsistent designs and wasteful spending, despite the help of his brother and sister.
Published 01/12/21
Where are they now? Marcus checks in with businesses from Season 1 and 2, such as Athans Motors, WorldWide Trailer Sales, Inc., Mr. Green Tea, Michael Sena's Pro-Fit, and Sweet Pete's. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Published 01/05/21