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Article: SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 1: TOP 11 PITCHES

SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 1: TOP 11 PITCHES
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SHARK TANK INDIA SEASON 1: TOP 11 PITCHES

Here are the top 11 pitches from Shark Tank India Season 1, highlighting innovative ideas and businesses that received investments from the sharks. This includes ventures in diverse sectors, from sustainable solutions and technology to food and fashion.

  1. Revamp Moto

Revamp Moto is India's first modular utility vehicle startup based in Maharashtra, focused on creating a sustainable future. They sought ₹1 crore for 1% equity but secured ₹1 crore for 1.5% equity from Aman Gupta and Anupam Mittal. Ashneer Grover offered 1.25% equity, but the founders chose the dual investment offer. This high-energy pitch featured an impressive product and a competitive shark battle.

  1. Jugaadu Kamlesh

Jugadu Kamlesh presented a pesticide trolley spray designed to assist farmers. Shark Peyush Bansal invested ₹10 lakhs for 40% equity and provided a flexible, no-interest loan of ₹20 lakhs, repayable in small increments. The pitch won over the audience with its heartfelt purpose of helping farmers.

  1. Menstrupedia Comic

Menstrupedia Comic aims to educate people about menstruation and dispel myths. Namita Thapar invested ₹50 lakhs for a 20% stake. The startup's mission to raise awareness and promote menstrual health struck a chord with the sharks and viewers alike.

  1. Annie

Annie, developed by Thinkerbell Labs, is a device for children with special needs. The pitch was impressively demonstrated by young Prathamesh Sinha. Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, and Anupam Mittal collectively invested ₹1.05 crores for 3% equity.

  1. Skippi Ice Pops

Skippi Ice Pops evokes nostalgia with its beloved ice pops. The startup secured ₹1 crore for 15% equity from all the sharks, who equally shared the investment. The product's appeal lies in its ability to connect with both children and adults.

  1. Spandan

Spandan offers a pocket-sized ECG monitor, addressing the global issue of timely access to medical equipment. All five sharks - Peyush Bansal, Namita Thapar, Anupam Mittal, Vineeta Singh, and Ghazal Alagh - invested ₹1 crore for 6% equity, recognizing the device's potential to save lives.

  1. Wakão Foods

Wakao Foods provides vegan food options with a unique twist. The founder's energetic pitch and delicious meat substitute dishes won over Ghazal Alagh, Vineeta Singh, and Namita Thapar, who invested ₹75 lakhs for a 21% stake.

  1. The State Plate

The State Plate curates regional products from across India, celebrating the country's culinary diversity. Despite the sharks' interest, the founders declined the offer of ₹40 lakhs for 3% equity from Peyush Bansal, preferring to maintain their vision.

  1. WeStock

WeStock by Brainwired monitors the health and reproductive cycles of cows, aiding farmers in India. The startup secured ₹60 lakhs for 10% equity from Namita Thapar, Peyush Bansal, and Ashneer Grover, recognizing its mission-driven approach.

  1. CosIQ

CosIQ, a skincare startup, impressed the sharks with its intelligent product line. Kanika Talwar and Angad's four-month-old venture secured ₹50 lakhs for 25% equity from Vineeta Singh and Anupam Mittal after negotiations. The brand focuses on pure ingredients and simple formulas, aiming to make a mark in the skincare industry.

  1. Get-A-Whey

Get-A-Whey, a health-conscious ice cream brand targeting millennials, offers high-protein, low-fat, and low-calorie ice creams. Founders Jimmy and Jash Shah secured ₹1 crore for 15% equity from Ashneer Grover, Aman Gupta, and Vineeta Singh. The brand's expansion plans include major Indian cities, making it a promising venture in the health food market.

 

Conclusion

Shark Tank India Season 1 showcased a diverse array of innovative startups, from sustainable solutions and technology advancements to unique food products and fashion ventures. These top 11 pitches not only impressed the sharks but also highlighted the entrepreneurial spirit and creativity present in India. The investments made by the sharks, including those in Shark Tank India fashion and Shark Tank India clothing, reflect a commitment to fostering growth and supporting businesses with the potential to make significant impacts in their respective industries. The season underscored the importance of innovative thinking and sustainable practices in driving the future of entrepreneurship in India. BUY BEST INDIAN ANIME MERCH HERE!

 

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| SHARK TANK INDIA | SHARK TANK INDIA FASHION | SHARK TANK INDIA CLOTHING | GET-A-WHEY | COSIQ | WAKAO FOODS | SKIPPI ICE POPS | JUGAADU KAMLESH | WESTOCK | THE STATE PLATE | SPANDAN | ANNIE | MENSTRUPEDIA | REVAMP MOTTO |

~Mimansa Sharma

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