Eterneva Diamonds Update | Shark Tank Season 11

Adelle Archer and Garrett Ozar wanted to bring some compassion to the memorial diamond market. After an original pitch of $600,000 for 5% of their company on Shark Tank Season 11, they made a deal with Mark Cuban. Find out how their company is doing now with our Eterneva update.

Shark Tank Eterneva Update

Eterneva Update

  • Entrepreneur: Adelle Archer and Garrett Ozar
  • Business: Memorial diamonds from cremation ashes
  • Ask: $600,000 for 5% equity
  • Result: $600,000 for 9% equity
  • Shark: Mark Cuban

Eterneva Diamonds co-founders Adelle Archer and Garrett Ozar started Eterneva as a lab-grown diamond company. Because of Adelle’s experience trying to have a memorial diamond made, she found that other companies had poor customer service. In conclusion, the service staff was cold and the process lacked empathy.

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So, they decided to open a business of their own. As a result of her previous experience, Eterneva features understanding and a delicate approach to grief. They came to the sharks asking $600,000 for 5% equity in the company.

Most of the sharks loved this idea. That changed when Adelle and Garrett explained about their other investors. Unfortunately, it turned out that Eterneva Diamonds was already a very successful business. Because of this, they had other investors.

Firstly, Kevin O’Leary was concerned about the tech. Anyone could buy a machine to start this process. For this reason, he went out. At the same time, Daymond John had a problem with the company’s investor base. He stated that they were “taking a chance away from someone who needed help.” Since they were already so successful, Daymond was out.

This left Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec. When Mark offered $600,000 for 9% equity, Adelle and Garrett tried to counter, Mark refused. Fortunately, they were more than happy to take this deal.  Was this a good investment for Mark? We’ll find out in our Eterneva update.

We decided to catch up with Adelle and Garrett after airing on Shark Tank to get an official Eterneva update. “Shark Tank has been a tremendous source of people first hearing about Eterneva,” Adelle told us.

She went on to say, “In fact, 14% of our customers report they originally heard about us on Shark Tank. I believe we’ve only begun to see the impact from the show.”

Adelle shared that the deal with Mark did go through and gave a little insight on what it’s been like working with him. “Mark is a great guy,” Adelle said. “Since partnering, he’s been very supportive and involved.”

In our Eterneva update research, we found that they now have facilities in Switzerland and Germany, too. After Shark Tank, Eterneva teamed up with Baylor University for grief research. Their goal, as always, is to help build a more caring customer experience for those grieving the loss of a loved one.

We are so happy to be able to share a positive Eterneva update!

Before you go, check out our other company updates from Season 11 Episode 3:

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