Amputees, those who use wheelchairs, and those with sensory processing disorders often lose out in the clothing market. It’s a chore to find clothes that work, and many brands don’t even try to be inclusive. Erica Cole, an amputee herself, created No Limbits to close this gap in the fashion market. Learn more about how it all went down in our No Limbits update and
Shark Tank No Limbits Update
- Entrepreneur: Erica Cole
- Business: Adaptive clothing for people with disabilities
- Ask: $100,000 for 6% equity
- Result: $100,000 for 10% equity
- Shark: Emma Grede and Mark Cuban
Erica gave a great pitch about how her clothes are helping those with disabilities live a better life. With more accessible clothing, those with disabilities are more equipped to handle daily life. After her pitch, Erica defended the large market available for the clothing. She also stated that she already has a two-phase purchase order from Veteran’s Affairs.
Guest shark Emma Grede really likes the clothing. Throughout their discussions, Emma remained enthusiastic about the company. She and Mark Cuban decided to go in together on a deal.
Together they offered Erica $100,000 for 12% equity. She countered at 10%, and they accepted and landed a deal with two sharks. This was one of the fastest deals we’ve seen during
No Limbits is slowly expanding its product line. In our No Limbits update research, we found that it makes amputee pants for women and men right now, though its looking to expand. Clothing is available through its website. With the help of Emma and Mark, the company is sure to go far!
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