The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis travels to Cuba at a time of historic change, and profiles a new breed of business owners determined to succeed under one of the most oppressive regimes in the world.
Marcus helps two feuding brothers who buy used cars for cash.
Maarse Florists was once thriving but lost its way after the founder's death.
Despite generating millions in sales, Planet Popcorn still can’t show a profit.
Eco-Me's worthy products are undermined by bad business practices and debt.
LA Dogworks is a state-of-the-art dog care facility with a volatile leadership.
Marcus Lemonis attempts to help Mr. Green Tea, a family-run ice cream company.
Pete Athans sank his life savings into building a high-end used car dealership.
Marcus visits A. Stein Meat Products, a second-generation business in Brooklyn.
Michael and Tina Sena help clients shed weight but can't make a healthy profit.
A trailer business in Tampa, Fla. specializing in food concessions is being driven into the ground by two owners in a toxic partnership.
Two brothers can't turn a profit on their toy, craft kit and fossil replica manufacturer company.
Candy maker Sweet Pete's has excellent products, but the business is failing.
Despite the owners' passion for wine, Amazing Grapes has never been profitable.
Key West Key Lime Pie Company wins awards and makes millions--but no profit.
A family-run clothing retailer is given some help.
A company in Queens is on the verge of shutting their doors forever.
A second-generation business that had burnt to the ground a few years ago.
Marcus tries to help resolve bitterness between the co-owners of a Greenville, S.C. coffee company.
Business is good at a South Carolina barbecue restaurant, but there is issues keeping up with the demands of hungry customers who are lined up outside.
Marcus returns to four companies—a pie business in Florida, an embroidery and silk-screening outfit in Queens, a Long Island salon and a sports-memorabilia enterprise in Pennsylvania—to check on their progress.
A chain of natural pet-food stores in the Chicago area could be undermined by its rapid growth.
Poor management has left Blues Jean Bar on the verge of unraveling and in need of Marcus's help.
Two best friends started a luxury gazebo company – but an inefficient process and poor workplace conditions have brought their relationship to the breaking point.
The owner of a lobster shack is swimming in debt and spending irresponsibly.
Dark times have befallen Vision Quest Lighting, whose owner lost his way following a slump in sales.
The fourth season begins with the revival of a well-known restaurant chain that didn't turn out like two business partners planned.
A Los Angeles clothing brand is floundering due to its owner’s inconsistent designs and wasteful spending.
A chain of soup restaurants in Milwaukee suffers in the wake of the sudden death of a co-owner who kept the company's finances in order.
A California watch company with a commitment to charitable causes is plagued by an inefficient business plan, confusing branding and internal strife.
A Chicago catering company needs help after suffering a steep drop in sales and an owner who vents his frustration on the employees.
Marcus helps the owner of a cleaning product line who puts her own business at risk with aristocratic marketing, high prices and an unwillingness to face reality.
Marcus brings in another company to help a Los Angeles furniture company struggling with old inventory and quality control.
A father and son with a broken relationship lead their tea shop into dangerous territory; Marcus attempts to have them separate their business and personal lives.
A kitchen supply store in Manhattan faces extinction following the owner's divorce; Marcus tries to get them working together again.
A Mexican-American’s tortilla business is being decimated by big competitors.
A NYC fashion designer is failing because she lets her family and co-workers overpower her.
A family-run swimwear company struggles to connect with the consumer.
A Chicago snowboard shop goes downhill after its owners try to expand too quickly and stop communicating with one another.
Marcus helps a family-owned hair care company that reached a breaking point because of the father's costly side projects.
Marcus helps a sound-proofing company, started by two best friends, which has so little cash they must rely on unpaid volunteers.
Marcus helps a California entrepreneur who went all-in on a coffee business with no prior experience and got in over his head.
Marcus helps a gelato popsicle company whose owner jumped the gun by starting a franchise business and now suffers from a waning work ethic.
A family-owned chocolate shop was started by three siblings in support of their chocolatier father. Despite circumstances becoming desperate, the family is resistant to change. If Marcus can’t help Zoe's market themselves properly and expand their product line, this business will face a bitter end.
Marcus Lemonis shares his top 10 most important rules for success while sharing key moments of past episodes.
Marcus Lemonis travels throughout California, where a new law will soon allow any adult to buy cannabis legally, and profiles several pot entrepreneurs, from small-scale startups to multi-million-dollar ventures.
A Colorado manufacturer of tiny homes faces massive issues, mostly due to its owner's lack of leadership that has put the business in more than a million dollars debt and sunk morale to an all-time low.
Marcus helps Monica Potter's home goods store in rural Ohio; Monica has trouble relinquishing control to employees and her sister.
A cookie company in New Jersey owned by a 13-year-old entrepreneur and his mother faces serious growing pains, in part because the latter is resistant to change, which has led to missed opportunities in recipe development and retail expansion.