As a couple of entrepreneurs that love various outdoor activities, Zach and Alyssa came onto
Shark Tank Moki Door Step Update
- Entrepreneurs: Zach Brown and Alyssa Brown
- Business: Vehicle accessory to reach the roof of a car
- Ask: $150,000 for 5% equity
- Result: $3,000,000 for 100% of the company
- Sharks: Daymond John
Alyssa told the sharks that their initial Kickstarter campaign generated just over $100,000 in sales over the course of 30 days. The landed cost per unit is just over $10 while they explored their possible product price point at various camping shows. Their product seemed to do well at around $40, according to Zach.
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The sharks were not pleased to hear that Zach’s uncle was currently receiving $1 per unit for nearly two decades. Kevin O’Leary believed that other companies would knock off the product, so he dropped out first. Daymond John decided to offer $450,000 for 20% equity, a larger chunk of cash, and more equity in return.
In what would be a shocking turn of events in the S
Now let’s see how the Moki Door Step update reveals the progress the company has made since its appearance on
Its website is still up and running, which is a good sign as well. In addition to being sold in retail stores, the Moki Door Step and its products can conveniently be found on Amazon’s marketplace as well.
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