Mick Spencer from ONTHEGO talks about what’s next for the growing brand

It’s been a busy week for Canberra entrepreneur Mick Spencer from ONTHEGO who kicked it off on Channel Ten’s ‘The Shark Tank’, securing the biggest deal they’ve ever done on the show. Spencer started his the sports apparel company when he was just 19 years-old, running it out of his parent’s garage in Canberra. Now 25, Read More …

Canberra entrepreneur Mick Spencer gets $600,000 on Shark Tank

Pitching to some of the country’s top business people was always going to be sink or swim, and Canberra entrepreneur Mick Spencer well and truly swum. The CEO of custom sportswear company On The Go Sports appeared on the first episode on season two of Southern Cross Ten show Shark Tank. On The Go Sports CEO Mick Read More …

Mick Spencer – ONTHEGO – Personalised Sports gear

Mick is one of those guys who has the tenacity to succeed.. Sometimes adversity can make you stronger and more resilient and he certainly has had to overcome some personal battles when he was younger which involved severe short sightedness and bulling. People react two way to challenges in life, they either become a victim Read More …

Shark Tank recap: Canberra entrepreneur convinces three sharks to join forces, while Sharknado production company nets all five sharks in a Shark Tank first

By Eloise Keating Shark Tank returned to Australian television screens last night and the first episode of the second season of Channel Ten’s reality show for entrepreneurs didn’t disappoint; two of the three founders who pitched their businesses to the sharks walked away with a deal. First to enter the tank on last night’s episode Read More …

ACT entrepreneur wins big on Shark Tank

Mick Spencer was the talk of the town last night as he took on a panel of shrewd investors on Channel Ten’s return of its hit show Shark Tank, walking away with $600,000 for his custom sportswear company ONTHEGO. ONTHEGO, which was founded in 2011 from the 25-year-old’s parents’ garage in north Canberra, has quickly Read More …

Canberra entrepreneur Mick Spencer from On The Go Sports heading into the Shark Tank

By Jil Hogan, The Canberra Times Photo: Network Ten Canberra entrepreneur Mick Spencer from On The Go Sports is facing up to some of the country’s top business people on Southern Cross Ten show Shark Tank this Sunday. The 25-year-old built the sports apparel company out of his garage in O’Connor just over four years ago. He’s now Read More …

CANBERRA ENTREPRENEUR MICK SPENCER REELS IN THREE SHARKS ON HIT REALITY TV SHOW SHARK TANK

Sportswear company ONTHEGO lands whopper deal on national TV Sportswear entrepreneur Mick Spencer showed his mettle to land a business deal with three of Australia’s leading business heavyweights in front of a national TV audience on Sunday night. Spencer’s appearance on Channel Ten’s Shark Tank saw the 25-year-old founder of ONTHEGO negotiate an offer for a 30 per cent Read More …

Shark Tank Episode 1 – Brand protection and going global

The season premiere of Shark Tank aired down-under last night. Whether you tuned in or missed it, don’t fear – we’ll be bringing you the brilliant concepts our Aussies bring to the tank this series, and look at how these entrepreneurs have protected their ideas and inventions. What do our Sharks and investors look for Read More …

Canberra entrepreneur scores $600,000 on Shark Tank: Three things he learnt from swimming with the sharks

A Canberra entrepreneur has scored the first investment on the new season of Shark Tank, netting $600,000 from three of the esteemed judges. On the Go founder Mick Spencer was the first contestant to appear on the latest season of the entrepreneurial reality show, and eventually convinced three sharks – Janine Allis, Steve Baxter and Andrew Read More …