GOGA Goat Yoga Update | Shark Tank Season 10

Trey Kitchen and Rachael Phillips came onto Shark Tank to highlight their yoga company, GOGA Goat Yoga. The company focuses on harnessing the positive energy that can come from an animal such as a goat and providing it to humans through an emotional connection.While this idea was foreign to all of the sharks, it’s actually quite common in some regions around the world. Let’s see if any of the sharks were brave enough to invest before we take a look at our GOGA Goat Yoga update.

Shark Tank GOGA Goat Yoga Update

GOGA Goat Yoga Update

  • Entrepreneurs: Trey Kitchen and Rachael Phillips
  • Business: Goat Yoga
  • Ask: $50,000 for 15% equity
  • Result: No deal
  • Sharks: None

With an asking investment of $50,000, Trey and Rachael admitted that they were looking to give up 15% equity in their company GOGA Goat Yoga. While the sharks didn’t immediately seem interested, they did at least want to learn more about the company’s current business model.

A single yoga class from GOGA Goat Yoga costs about $25. The company specifically hires yoga instructors to handle the classes which are part of the its expenses. Private events are also available at a slightly higher cost, depending on the specific location and circumstances.

During the most recent year, Trey told the sharks that the company has generated $250,000 in sales from the company’s goat yoga classes. With the negotiations starting, it was time to figure out if GOGA Goat Yoga was going to receive an investment from any of the sharks.

Mark Cuban was the first shark to drop out and he was quickly followed by guest shark, Alli Webb. Lori Greiner saw the company as a novelty business but also decided to drop out. Kevin O’Leary and Robert Herjavec were also not interested in making an offer, forcing Trey and Rachael to leave the Shark Tank without a deal.

Let’s transition to our GOGA Goat Yoga update to see how the company is doing now after its appearance on Shark Tank during Season 10.

The GOGA Goat Yoga update is not super exciting as the company’s growth has not experienced much progress since its initial appearance on Shark Tank. The company continues to host occasional yoga classes and is still reported to be in business. While the company wasn’t able to secure a deal, it seems as if there hasn’t been any major boost to its revenue performance in recent months either.

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