Entrepreneur Mia Murr pitched her jumpsuit line during
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Monosuit after
Mia Murr appeared on
|Barbara Corcoran||No offer|
|Kevin O’Leary||No offer|
|Robert Herjavec||No offer|
|Lori Greiner||No offer|
|Mark Cuban||No offer|
Shark Tank Monosuit Update
- Entrepreneur: Mia Murr
- Business: Women’s jumpsuit that unzips at the waist
- Ask: $150,000 for 5% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
Founder of Monosuit, Mia Murr, presented her product with a song and dance, with the help of some models showing off her products. Her overall presentation impresses the sharks, and Lori Greiner loves the concept.
Further, her products are eco-friendly. In addition to her zipping jumpsuits, she also sells other accessories that include, sleeves, shoes, gloves, and more.
Meanwhile, Robert Herjavec wants to get right down to the numbers. Mia says that the average jumpsuit retails for $290, and costs $60 to make.
The products are produced in Northern Italy, and made out of recycled ocean waste, using a technology that she developed.
She says that the biggest pollutant in the ocean is fishing nets, so she came up with a way to recover them from the ocean and reuse them in a fashion-forward way.
Regarding Mia’s story, she shares that she grew up in a small village in the U.S.S.R. and always dreamed of being a fashion designer. Because she didn’t have money for new clothes, she would always up-cycle the clothes that she did have into something new to wear.
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Kevin O’Leary wants to know about sales. Mia shares that in the 12 months prior to filming, sales were $245,000. Also, approximately 70% of her sales come from the Monosuit alone.
She also shares that in 2018, she raised $2 million from angel investors, based on a $12 million valuation.
Mark Cuban chimes in next. Although he likes the product, he thinks Mia is trying to do too many things with her company, so for this reason, he is out.
Similarly, Kevin feels that the business is all over the place. He suggests to Mia that she just focus on the jumpsuit, but he won’t be investing and drops out.
Robert agrees, and because there’s too much going on, he goes out next.
Barbara Corcoran wishes Mia were just focused on the jumpsuit. Because Mia is trying to do too many things with her line, she is also out.
Consequently, Lori loves the products and tells Mia that she’s a very good designer. However, she doesn’t think that an investment she could make will help her in the way she needs, so she is out too.
With that, Mia ultimately leaves
In terms of a Monosuit update, the company seems to be doing well despite not getting a deal on
Mia has managed to partner with some big-name celebrities who are wearing her products, such as Kylie Jenner, Paris Hilton, and Madonna, just to name a few. We’re guessing that between the show, and these ladies, she’s got all the marketing that she needs.
A wide variety of jumpsuits and accessories are available on the Monosuit website, if you’d like to take a look!
If we learn anything new about this company, we’ll be sure to let you know. In the meantime, check out our other company updates from Season 15 Episode 4 here:
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