Myself Belts Kid’s Belts Update | Shark Tank Season 6

Little kids are known to want independence long before they can achieve it. Talia Goldfarb found that out the hard way when her potty training son wanted to snap his pants closed all by himself, but couldn’t do it on his own. That’s why she came up with a belt solution perfect for little hands. Will the sharks want to cinch up a deal on Shark Tank Season 6? Find out in our Myself Belts update.

Shark Tank Myself Belts Update

Myself Belts Update

  • Entrepreneurs:  Talia Goldfarb
  • Business: Belts for kids
  • Ask: $60,000 for 10% equity
  • Result: $75,000 for 25% equity
  • Sharks: Daymond John

Talia entered the sharks with a young helper, who wore one of her Myself Belts. She demonstrated how easily little hands could use the belts, which allowed them to be more independent, just like little kids wanted to be. She told the sharks that the company could take a variety of paths, including licensing.

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While the sharks seemed to understand Talia’s vision, they were more interested in talking numbers. Talia explained that the company had been in business for nearly a decade at the time of filming. In that most recent year, she had generated $205,000 in gross revenue sales.

Kevin O’Leary was unimpressed with the company and decided to drop out without making an offer. Lori Greiner lacked faith in the product itself and Talia, so she went out next. Robert Herjavec and Mark Cuban dropped out for similar reasons. Daymond ultimately decided to make an offer of $75,000 for 25% equity.

Talia countered Daymond at 20% equity. After Daymond declined the counteroffer, Talia accepted the original deal. What became of this business next? Keep reading our Myself Belts update!

We have good news to share! Research for our Myself Belts update revealed that Daymond helped Talia secure a licensing deal for her company. Products can be purchased on the Myself Belts website and on Amazon.

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