shark tank Mosh update

Mosh Update | Shark Tank Season 15

After witnessing her father’s battle with Alzheimer’s, Maria Shriver felt compelled to empower others to take charge of their brain health. Motivated by this, she and her son, Patrick Schwarzenegger, co-founded Mosh to encourage proactive brain care through education, research, and nutritious products. 

Did the sharks invest in this company during Season 15? Let’s find out in our Mosh update and pitch recap.

Lori GreinerAccepted deal of $500,000 for a 3.5% equity + 1.5% in advisory shares
Mark CubanNo offer
Candace NelsonNo offer
Daymond JohnNo offer
Kevin O’LearyNo offer
  • Entrepreneurs: Maria Shriver and Patrick Schwarzenegger
  • Business: Brain health-focused Protein Bar
  • Ask: $500,000 for 2% equity
  • Result: $500,000 for a 3.5% equity + 1.5% in advisory shares
  • Shark: Lori Greiner 

Shark Tank Mosh Pitch  

shark tank Mosh update

The entrepreneurs began their pitch by highlighting Mosh’s brain-boosting benefits, mentioning ingredients like Omega-3s and Lion’s Mane mushrooms. 

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They also emphasized their research-driven approach, donating a portion of the proceeds to Alzheimer’s research.

Mosh’s pitch highlighted the business’ focus on understanding how Alzheimer’s disproportionately affects women, revealing that two-thirds of women suffer from this disease compared to men.

Mr. Wonderful questioned the $25 million valuation. Patrick explained that Mosh had done $10 million in online sales over the past two years, with projections of $7 million in the year of filming and $11.5 million the following year.

The cost per bar is $0.93, and it retails for $2.99 online and $3.39 on shelves.

When Lori asked about profitability, Patrick explained their current losses due to a $100,000 monthly marketing expenditure. 

He revealed $675,000 in sales last month, with $150,000 spent on marketing, and boasted over 11,000 monthly subscriptions.

The company has 5 full-time employees, with the founders forgoing salaries. Maria and Patrick invested over $1 million of their own money, secured $1.5 million from friends and family, and raised $4 million from other investors earlier this year.

Kevin O’Leary passed on the deal, skeptical of the $25 million valuation and the retail strategy.

Mark Cuban thought they were entering one of the most competitive industries with a protein bar and dropped out because of this.

Daymond John passed on the investment because he believed it would take too long to see a return.

Guest shark Candace Nelson, sharing Mark Cuban’s competitive niche worries, also dropped out.

Lori Greiner, the last shark, shared the concerns but remained interested. She offered $500,000 for 6% equity. After some negotiations, both parties agreed to a final deal of $500,000 for a 3.5% stake with a 1.5% advisory share.

How did the deal with Lori go? Find out in our Shark Tank Mosh update.

Shark Tank Mosh Update  

After their Shark Tank appearance, Mosh’s exposure boomed, increasing its website traffic, sales, and social media buzz. Their current performance is impressive, and their brand is clearly on the rise.

With Lori on the team, Mosh’s future is looking very bright. 

If you’d like to try Mosh for yourself, they offer a variety of plant-based products on the Mosh website, including a Mind-Blowing Variety Pack with 15 flavors. Products are also available on Amazon.

We are sensing good, more good things are coming for this mother-son business, and can’t wait to check back in soon for another Mosh update after Shark Tank.

For more on Shark Tank Season 15 Episode 22, be sure to check out the links below.

Before you go, be sure to check out our list of all the Shark Tank Season 15 products.

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