Follow a group local investors working as a team to invest in and support small businesses by providing mentorship, meaningful connections and the capital to grow!
Great show that provides a well-balanced view of what it's like to be an entrepreneur. The Wolf PAC crew is a group of seasoned entrepreneurs who provide valuable insights, as opposed to "other shows" where it's all about the drama. Watching Wolf PAC, I actually get actionable advice that I can use in my own business. High production values and a cool concept - I hope more episodes are on the way! Congrats to the production team and best of luck to the entrepreneurs!
My son is starting a business, and I can think of no more engaging vehicle than Wolf PAC for teaching him the principles of entrepreneurship. This is an entirely novel, authentic and purpose-driven upgrade to a format that had sadly lost its way due to the vapid, ego-driven, reality TV sensationalism of other shows of this genre. Wolf PAC delivers real people and real entrepreneurial stories that are relatable to us all.
Fun show! It is a more down-to-earth version of Shark Tank and we get to follow each entrepreneur through their entire journey which gives it more depth. Plus there is a lot of local Philly flavor and a real sense of community. I hope they make more!
You don't have to be an entrepreneur to watch this show. If you have ever dreamed of making something "yours" watch Wolf PAC. You will meet five established marketers, numbers' men and women, and producers who are experts in their fields. The format is fun, educational, and inspirational. I found myself rooting for everyone. Even they didn't get selected, the knowledge gained from the Wolf PAC is so worthwhile. I cannot wait for the next episodes set in Philly and those that will follow in major metropolitan areas. Kudos to all!
Watching all four Wolf PAC episodes was a welcome, entertaining, feel-good break from all of the weary and distressing news of the day... As someone who is from Philadelphia, it’s great to see a positive focus on our city. I appreciate the short vignettes that seek to educate (e.g., cumulative cash flow). I also like how each episode ends with a celebration, regardless of any offers extended, accepted or declined. I say: Good for the Wolf PAC, keep it up, create more episodes and help more young entrepreneurs realize their dreams!
A group of Business Folks all from Philadelphia help entrepreneurs and small businesses make their dreams come true. They incorporate all the wonderful things about Philadelphia in the show and The Eagles’s lend a hand. Craig Shoemaker comic, producer, writer and a friend of these folks put this show together with his many friends from his beloved hometown. The show has real “ heart”and is loaded with guidance and ideas for folks needing it.
Loved this new show Wolf Pac! Watched the 1st show - Awesome! Have a feeling we'll be binge watching. ☺️ Great concept and loved the Philly connections with the Eagles and Tony Luke, as well as the link to the charity aspect of the entrepreneur!
Fast-paced, educational, and enjoyable. I enjoyed the Wolf Pac members, all of whom had something interesting to contribute. I also really liked the Australian entrepreneur who was the subject of the first episode. I hope he is successful.
If you have a burning desire to bring you product or passion to market, this is a must watch. Having the guidance from these seasoned veterans in business is invaluable. Being a start-up guy myself, I get how hard it is to birth and scale a business.
Kent is a strong believer in managed risk, though he once flew a helicopter with no doors and is terrified of heights. A Harvard grad with an MBA in Finance from Wharton and a PhD in Health Administration, he is a numbers guy with a heart.
Raised by a Presbyterian minister and the beneficiary of many scholarships, he believes in paying it forward and has served on the boards of The National MS Society, The ALS Association, Chosen 300, Chestnut Hill College, Harcum College and many others. He has built and sold numerous companies including Griswold Home Care, the world's oldest multinational non-medical home care company which had over 10,000 caregivers working through its 100+ offices throughout the United States, Mexico and South Korea.
He is a stage performer and author of several books and is currently studying French, Spanish, Mandarin, Italian and German. He has lived in Kenya, Australia, Hong Kong, Sweden, Belgium and England and visited all 7 continents. An expert in operational efficiency, cost cutting, financial analysis, conflict resolution, people assessment and logistics, he spends his free time on puzzles, piano and Pickleball.
Courtney Lawless is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and tech founder who works with businesses of all sizes to help execute strategies to turn their dreams into a reality. Courtney currently serves as a co-host on the Amazon Prime show, Wolf PAC (premiering Jan 2021), where she engages with startups to help them accelerate their growth to actualize their potential. In addition to investing and advising, Courtney co-owns and manages a full-stack software development company, MoxēHub, where she builds sophisticated, high demand tech solutions alongside her expert team.
Courtney explains, "At MoxeHub, we challenge conventional thinking by utilizing our unique skill sets to architect brilliant solutions from end to end. Our mission is to help bring strategic and disruptive innovations that positively impact peoples' lives to the market in an efficient & economic manner". Courtney brings an exceptional record of 18 years’ experience and an extensive background in private equity, venture capital, hedge funds, real estate, and structuring large business deals. Courtney delivers a unique brand of intellectual capital, structured funding, and strategic partnerships to better guide founders and portfolio companies alike. Courtney specializes in identifying, growing, scaling, strategic development, and a hands-on approach to these companies' operations in further helping them achieve their full potential and success.
A self-professed strategy addict, she excels at bringing together the pieces of the puzzle needed to make a company successful. She has a no-nonsense attitude and is known for her no-frills speaking of the truth. Courtney is driven by a desire to help new companies grow, not only for the benefit of their stakeholders, but also for the well-being of their consumers. She believes in the power of business to uplift the communities they serve. As a mom, Courtney is passionate about her role in building a bright future and she has worked with several charities to help them reach their goals. With a sharp eye for talent and an instinct for identifying businesses with high growth potential, having raised over $5b in capital commitments from large institutions.
In 1996 Len and his wife Susan pedaled their tandem bicycle across the U.S., and since then have done long distance tandem bicycle rides all over the world each year which have raised over $1,900,000 for the A.L.S. (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Association. Len was the first professor to deliver an Entrepreneurial Marketing course in any business school in 1995 and co wrote the book “Entrepreneurial Marketing: Lessons from Wharton’s Pioneering MBA Course” in 2001.
Len co-founded Management Decision Systems, Inc. MDS In 1967 with $2500 he had invested from his Bar Mitzvah money. No other external capital was raised. The bootstrapped company was sold to Information Resources, Inc. for over $60 million in 1986. Len was Founding Vice Dean at Wharton for Wharton San Francisco and Wharton’s Social Impact Initiative.
Len was the first investor in Diapers.com, Milo.com, Infoscout, Zenreach- all ventures that reached valuations in the hundreds of millions. Len is cofounder and GP of Musketeer Capital, LLC and co Leader of Wharton’s Venture Initiation Program in San Francisco.
Judy is a highly accomplished business accelerator and board member who delivers transformational change for private, public and non-profit organizations. She is noted for her ability to design high impact strategic solutions and compelling brand narratives that result in market expansion, customer acquisition and competitive advantage.
A trusted C-Suite Advisor to her clients and valued board member to her non-profits, Judy has come to be relied upon for her sharp thinking, market savvy, analytical insights and strategic planning abilities to address a wide range of business issues, providing valued guidance to take her clients’ organizations to the next level of success.
A member of Beta Gamma Sigma, Judy holds an MBA with distinction from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, with concentrations in Management and Strategy, Organization Behavior, and Marketing and a B.S. in Economics from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
With a degree from UCLA, Gudel is a veteran sports broadcaster with over 25 years of anchoring and reporting experience. She spent 19 years with Comcast SportsNet/NBC SportsNetwork in Philadelphia, where she was the city’s first female sports broadcaster.
She’s started and exited two successful small businesses and recently launched a new sports agency, Elevate Sports and Media, with several other industry veterans.