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Article: 11 PROMISING D2C BRANDS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 3

11 PROMISING D2C BRANDS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 3
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11 PROMISING D2C BRANDS FROM SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 3

These D2C (direct-to-consumer) brands not only have unique products or services but also demonstrate promising business potential, making them stand out in the competitive market. Their success stories serve as inspiration for budding entrepreneurs aiming to make their mark in the business world.

1. P-TAL

Investment made by Sharks: ₹1 Crore
Sharks who invested: Namita Thapar, Aman Gupta, Vineeta Singh, Anupam Mittal, Amit Jain
Founders: Kirti Goel, Aditya Agrawal & Gaurav Garg

P-TAL is a homegrown Indian brand specializing in crafting kitchenware, cookware, and home décor items from traditional metals such as brass, copper, and Kansa. With a bold mission to revive India’s UNESCO-listed craft form of Thatheras from Amritsar, Punjab, P-TAL sets itself apart by producing authentic products that adhere to international standards while positively impacting local artisans. Their emphasis on the ayurvedic and medicinal properties of their products, as well as sustainability, has fueled their growing popularity, making them a standout on Shark Tank India.

2. Creme Castle:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹60 lakhs
Shark who invested: Amit Jain
Founder: Pranjay Mittal

Creme Castle reigns as the top designer cake bakery in Noida, Greater Noida, and Gurugram. Founded by a passionate mother-son duo, the brand brings customers’ desires and dreams to life through standout, personalized confections such as cakes and desserts. Their wide range of hyper-customized cakes and efficient operations team, which ensures on-time delivery, have led to increased brand acceptance and customer loyalty, capturing the attention of Shark Tank India.

3. Matri

Investment made by Sharks: ₹60 Lakhs
Sharks who invested: Namita Thapar, Aman Gupta
Founders: Roni Mondal, Rohan Roy

Matri offers a unique solution for menstrual pain relief with its portable, drug-free wearable devices. Designed to provide non-invasive pain relief without medication, these devices can be personalized for duration and intensity, catering to individual pain levels and preferences. Matri's emphasis on safety and convenience through rigorous testing and rechargeable features aligns with the innovative spirit celebrated on Shark Tank India.

4. The Cinnamon Kitchen:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹60 lakhs
Shark who invested: Aman Gupta
Founder: Priyasha Saluja

The Cinnamon Kitchen offers a unique range of 100% gluten-free and plant-based products, including cookies, chips, savories, spreads, and cakes. Founded by Priyasha Saluja, the idea for this organic brand emerged from her personal journey dealing with PCOS. Their commitment to organic sourcing and health-conscious ingredients resonates strongly with consumers looking for wholesome and nutritious options, making them a notable feature on Shark Tank India.

5. Aroleap:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹1 crore
Sharks who invested: Azhar Iqubal, Anupam Mittal, Peyush Bansal, Amit Jain
Founders: Amal George Mechirackal, Aman Rai, Anurag Dani, Rohit Patel

Aroleap provides innovative smart gym equipment designed for versatility and convenience, offering over 100 exercises in a compact form factor. This intelligent equipment tracks repetitions and adjusts workout options based on individual progress, offering a tailored fitness experience. Aroleap's guided workouts and companion mobile app enhance the user experience, capturing the interest of Shark Tank India investors.

6. Blix:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹80 Lakhs
Sharks who invested: Aman Gupta, Ritesh Agarwal
Founder: Abbas Gabajiwala

Blix Education offers STEM-based robotic toys, allowing children to learn robotics concepts in a straightforward manner. These toys incorporate real engineering components like sensors, motors, and gears, providing hands-on learning experiences. Blix aims to supplement conceptual knowledge with practical learning, promoting critical thinking and problem-solving skills, making them a standout on Shark Tank India. 

7. Mintree:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹90 lakhs
Sharks who invested: Anupam Mittal, Ritesh Agarwal
Founder: Kanikka Dewanii

Mintree offers a range of body, hair, skin, and salon products that prioritize natural and sustainable ingredients. Their vegan, organic products are free from harmful chemicals like sulfates, silicones, and parabens. Trusted by over 3000 salons and spas in India, Mintree promotes a chemical-free approach in the cosmetic industry, aligning with the sustainability trends highlighted on Shark Tank India.

8. Koparo:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹70 lakhs
Sharks who invested: Aman Gupta, Vineeta Singh
Founder: Simran Khara

Koparo specializes in coconut and plant-based cleaning products, including floor cleaners, laundry detergent, fabric conditioners, dishwashing liquid, handwash, cleaning accessories, and fresheners. Their biodegradable products are safe for both kids and pets, prioritizing safety for both people and the environment, and reflecting the eco-friendly values endorsed by Shark Tank India.

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9. A Little Extra:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹60 lakhs
Sharks who invested: Vineeta Singh, Anupam Mittal
Founder: Diksha Singhi

A Little Extra offers a wide variety of accessories, including earrings, hand accessories, maang tikka, neckpieces, hair accessories, belts, home decor, and gifts. Known for their quirky and colorful beaded earrings, the brand takes pride in its handmade products. Founded by Diksha Singhi, the brand brings a creative flair to its offerings, making them stand out in the market and on Shark Tank India.

10. Without:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹75 lakhs
Sharks who invested: Peyush Bansal, Ronnie Screwvala
Founder: Anish Malpani

Without specializes in creating products from recycled waste materials, showcasing their commitment to sustainability. Their notable innovation includes sunglasses crafted from recycled chip packets. Without's dedication to eco-friendliness and product excellence aligns with the values celebrated on Shark Tank India, where they received praise for their innovative approach.

11. The Honest Home:

Investment made by Sharks: ₹1 Crore
Shark who invested: Amit Jain
Founder: Mayank Sisodia

The Honest Home Company offers sustainable and eco-friendly everyday products like baking paper, aluminum foil, kitchen towels, and garbage bags, using organic ingredients and recycled materials. Their focus on reducing toxic waste and promoting environmentally friendly choices resonates with the values highlighted on Shark Tank India.

These standout direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands secured funding during Shark Tank India Season 3, showcasing their unique product offerings and business potential. Their success stories serve as inspiration for aspiring entrepreneurs, proving that innovative and high-quality products can garner support and investment. These brands demonstrate that a commitment to delivering exceptional products can lead to success in the competitive market, reflecting the innovative spirit of Shark Tank India fashion and Shark Tank India clothing.

[The images used in this blog post are not owned by Anime Devta, they are just for entertainment purposes]

| SHARK TANK INDIA | SHARK TANK INDIA FASHION | SHARK TANK INDIA CLOTHING | THE HONEST HOME COMPANY | AROLEAP | BLIX | WITHOUT | THE CINNAMON KITCHEN | A LITTLE EXTRA | KOPARO | MINTREE | P-TAL | MATRI | CREME CASTLE |

~Mimansa Sharma

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