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- Pitch 1: Quevos
- Result: $200,000 for 10% equity and $200,000 line of credit deal with Daniel Lubetzky
- Pitch 2: Brumachen
- Result: No Deal
- Pitch 3: Aura Bora
- Result: $200,000 for 15% equity deal with Robert Herjavec
- Pitch 4: SwipeNSnap
- Result: $120,000 for 50% equity deal with Kevin O’Leary and Lori Greiner
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- Entrepreneur: Nick Hamburger and Zack Schreier
- Business: Healthy chips made from egg whites
- Ask: $200,000 for 5% equity
- Result: $200,000 for 10% equity and $200,000 line of credit deal
- Shark: Daniel Lubetzky
The first pitch on
All of the sharks were very impressed with the 22-year-old entrepreneurs and most praised the flavor of the chip. The product was launched via a KickStarter in 2018 and did $260,000 in sales in 2019. Seven months into 2020, Quevos had done $660,00 in sales with a nice margin of $2.40 per bag.
Due to the larger number of sales and impressive taste, Daniel Lubetzky offered Nick and Zack $200,00 for 10% equity in the company. Kevin O’Leary also wanted in on the brand and offered $200,000 for 2.5% equity and a $0.10 royalty until $400,000 was repaid.
Nick and Zack shared that they weren’t interested in a royalty deal and valued Daniel’s expertise in the food industry. After a few counters, they settled on a deal of $200,000 for 10% equity and $200,000 as a line of credit.
- Entrepreneur: Ross Smith and Kweku Larbi
- Business: Portable coffee maker
- Ask: $1,000,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No Deal
- Shark: None
Brumachen founders Ross Smith and Kweku Larbi appeared on
The portable coffee maker is capable of brewing a hot cup of joe while on the go in virtually any situation. Basically, you just pop a coffee pod into the Brumachen, add water, and in 5-minutes you’ll have a cup of coffee. It’s designed to be brewed in the car, office, wilderness, and virtually anywhere you can think of. Kweku has also created a biodegradable leaf pod that will biodegrade in 180 days.
Despite a pretty cool product, Brumachen had only managed to get $42,000 in sales in its lifetime. However, Ross shared that due to his influence on social media, he would be able to easily get the product a million impressions with very little effort and was confident that would result in hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales. The portable coffee maker retails for $120 and costs $38 to make.
Despite Kweku and Ross’s confidence, the sharks were a bit skeptical about Brumachen’s future sales and didn’t care for the design of the product. The poor design and $10 million valuation was enough to cause all of the sharks to go out without making an offer and Brumachen left the tank without a deal.
If you’d like to know more about the portable coffee maker, you can do so on the Brumachen website.
- Entrepreneur: Paul and Maddie Voge
- Business: Herbal sparkling water
- Ask: $150,000 for 5% equity
- Result: $200,000 for 15% equity deal
- Shark: Robert Herjavec
Aura Bora is a sparkling water company with no calories or artificial sweetener that was featured on
- POWERFUL PLANT-BASED INGREDIENTS: Lavender Cucumber — This refreshing...
- GOOD, CLEAN, HEAVENLY: Made with zero added sugar and zero artificial...
At the time of the Aura Bora pitch, the sparkling water is being sold in 488 retail stores and online, earning $200,000 in sales year to date. Further, Paul and Maddie shared that the company has a 50% margin on each can. It costs $0.57 to make, wholesales for $1.15, and retails for $1.99. Aura Bora is currently in talks with other major retail chains and Paul and Maddie are expecting to do $2.5-$3.5 million in sales next year.
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After a couple of back and forth negotiations and a slight misunderstanding, Aura Bora left the tank with a $200,000 for 15% equity deal with Robert Herjavec.
- Entrepreneur: Alina Kravchenko
- Business: One hand diaper cream applicator
- Ask: $120,000 for 10% equity
- Result: $120,000 for 50% equity
- Shark: Lori Greiner and Kevin O’Leary
The final pitch on
The SwipeNSnap is an adapter that you can apply to any bottle of diaper cream and will allow you to easily swipe a baby’s bottom with cream and then set it back into the holder. This keeps you from having to open up the bottle while trying to change the diaper.
While the sharks weren’t super interested in the company, they were interested in the applicator technology, which allows the adapter to fit onto any sized baby bottle. This prompted interest from Daniel Lubetzky, Lori Greiner, and Kevin O’Leary. Initially, Daniel and Lori teamed up, but Daniel wanted complete control of the adapter technology and 33% of the business. Alternatively, Kevin wanted 50% of the business and technology and asked Lori if she was interested in joining.
So, Lori abandoned Daniel and Alina secured a deal from Kevin and Lori of $120,000 for 50% equity.
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