Shark Tank: Dating, Medical Testing, Coconut, And Mush
Mark Cuban made out like a bandit on this episode! Each Shark has their ow skills and stuff they bring to the table, but, it sure seems most of them want to do a deal with him.
This week there were some cool products for sure:
This one is completely different from any other dating app. This match making app is all about matching people according to the things they hate. Where most dating apps, if not all other than this one, go by what people like and they put them together that way.
Founded in 2016, Hater is the app that matches people based on what they hate. We’ve replaced cumbersome surveys and bios with a fun, alternative way to express your personality. Hater is available for iOS and Android, all over the world.
He scored a deal with Mark: $200,000 for 7.5% + 2.5 in advisory shares
They got a deal with Robert in Season 8:
We grow with your puppy, delivering all of the products and information you need on a monthly basis.
We let you know what’s going on with your baby and what you should be doing to keep up!
Meaty training treats will keep your pup motivated and focused on new games and lessons!
Teething toys, plush toys, rope toys, interactive toys and tough toys are rotated based on your pup’s development.
From grooming goodies to training essentials we get you the accessories you need when you need them.
Bones, bullys and jerkys will keep your pup happy, occupied and out of trouble!
This went all kinds of south in a hurry! He came in with too many ideas at once. When you come into the Shark Tank you need to have one focused singular idea to pitch them. If you get a shark then you say “hey, I was also thinking about this, and I was also thinking about that” and you can offer it that way. But, to go in with all this “we’re going to do this, or going to do that” that’s just too much, it’s too confusing.
Being in the Shark Tank is a fast-moving opportunity and you have to go at it right. You have to actually watch Shark Tank more than maybe one time ever to understand how you’re going to pitch and what pitches get results.
I think I love the idea of ordering my own tests, which you can do now with all of the lab test storefronts available, from the convenience of my own home in my own time frame.
The Trust Factor
She got a deal with Lori: $1M line of credit at 8% interest for 5% of the company
This looks and sounds really good:
They got a deal with Mark: $300,000 for 10% and an unlimited line of credit
Which were your favorites this week? Let us know in the comments below!