Top 10 Shark Tank India Pitches Season 2!
Shark Tank has become everyone's favourite show! Here are some of the Best Shark Tank India Pitches Season 2!
Shark Tank India has received acclaim from all over the country as it is not only highly informative but entertaining as well. The last season received a great response from the Indian audience, as a result of which the second season was also highly anticipated. According to SonyLiv, around 8 Lakh entrepreneurs from all over the country had applied to participate in the show out of which the following startups shined through and scored some of the best deals! In this article, we will be taking a closer look at the top Shark Tank India pitches from Season 2 that have left a lasting impact on the show and its viewers. So sit back, relax, and get ready to be inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit of India.
FastBeetle is a logistics startup from Kashmir which managed to raise to ₹90 Lakhs from Lenskart’s founder Piyush Bansal and BoAt’s founder Aman Gupta. The company was launched by childhood friends Sheikh Samiullah and Abid Rashid in 2019. The duo was appreciated for their utmost determination and confidence by the sharks! Ever since their episode aired, they’ve received hundreds of calls and texts and support from all over the country!
Kyari innovations, as unique as the name suggests invented something even more astonishing! The brother and sister duo of Smratika and Abhay Sharma manufactured the world’s first smart walking sticks which are equipped with a power bank, a panic alarm, LED lights and an electrical probe. Again, they scored a deal from Peyush Bansal and Aman Gupta of ₹51 lakhs for 6% equity.
Founded by Vishakha Bhaskkar and Asana Riamei, Angrakha is a clothing brand which offers women’s apparel in all sizes! Undoubtedly, all the sharks were pretty impressed by the growth of the brand, however, most of them decided to opt out because they found the brand strategy to be confusing. At last, the founders ended up finalizing a deal with Amit Gupta at Rs 40 lakhs for 20% equity.
Shark Tank is a platform for unique innovations, and the founder Arun Aggarwal left no crumbs while impressing the judges of the show. He invented a device for remote fetal-maternal monitoring to provide a trouble-free experience to expecting women. He left the sharks fighting with each other when he asked for ₹1 crore for 2.5% equity. He ended up picking Namita Thapar over Amit Jain and Peyush Bansal as she already has expertise in the healthcare sector. He thanks Shark Tank India season 2 for a major boost in his business.
Zillionaire India is a startup by youngsters which creates bling jewelry popularized by rappers. Their startup managed to make a revenue of ₹11 lakhs in the first year of their operations. They initially asked for ₹50 lakhs for 3.3% equity but ended up taking ₹1 crore for 10% equity from the founder of Shaadi.com, Anupam Mittal. Their confidence was what impressed sharks the most, other than their innovative ideas and creations.
India’s first semi-permanent hair color brand, Paradyes impressed the sharks with their creative startup. They break the myths about how coloring the hair can be damaging and provide more range of options! Ultimately, the founders ended up signing a deal with Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta of ₹65 lakhs for 2% equity, even though they had a higher offer from Peyush Bansal.
Nestroots is a decor and furnishing startup by Chhavi Singh who has an industrial experience of 10 years. One can find decor, dining and all kinds of furnishing products in Nestroots. The pitcher asked for ₹50 Lakhs for 1% equity but ended up finalising the deal with Namita Thappar for 50 lakhs for 2% equity.
8. Patil kaki
As seen in episode 4, Patil Kaki is a start-up that offers homemade snacks like laddoos, modak, chakli, chivda and puran poli. Their hygiene and authenticity are what differentiate them from other snacks selling brands. The pitchers ended up finalizing a deal with Anupam and Peyush for 40 lakhs of a 4% equity.
Described as the most emotional episode of Shark Tank, when the founder of Flatheads Balakrishnan pitched on the show, most of the judges advised him to shut down his business. Even though Balakrishnan rejected the deal he received from Peyush Bansal and Vineeta Singh, he ended up selling off his entire inventory after he received fame through social media.
Recode is a brand that sells cosmetics and make-up products all over India as it has a pan-India across more than 250 shops in India. Most of the sharks refused to invest in the business as they didn’t want to support Vineeta’s competitor brand, for which they received criticism. Luckily, their business is doing well.
These are some of the top Shark Tank India Pitches Season 2! Inspiring, isn’t it? All of the pitchers were well deserving. Which deal moved you the most?
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