Snacking at your desk can be a nightmare, particularly if you like messy snacks. To solve this, entrepreneurs Kevin Choi and Edwin Cho brought Snactiv, the snacking tool solution, to the
Shark Tank Snactiv Update
- Entrepreneur: Kevin Choi and Edwin Cho
- Business: Mess-free snacking tool
- Ask: $200,000 for 10% equity
- Result: $200,000 for 20% equity
- Shark: Kevin Hart and Lori Greiner
Kevin Choi was a very messy snacker, a fact that often annoyed his coworker Edwin Cho. Together, they created the solution, Snactiv. It’s a chopstick-like utensil that fits between your fingers and allows you to pick up messy snacks without getting your fingers, and in turn, devices, dirty.
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The sharks initially laughed at the new utensil but were surprised to learn that Snactiv already had $187,000 in sales. They also had $50,000 in international purchase orders and a utility patent for the device.
Kevin O’Leary was the first to make an offer: $200,000 and a $1 per unit royalty until he made back $1 million. He also wanted 10% equity.
Guest shark Kevin Hart and Lori Greiner made a combined offer next. With Kevin’s personality marketing and Lori’s QVC connections, they thought they could really blow the product up. They made a combined offer of $200,000 for 20% equity since the entrepreneurs were getting two sharks.
They tried to haggle Kevin and Lori down to 15% equity, and Mr. Wonderful stepped in to lower his equity ask to 5% as well. After a lot of heated debate between the sharks, the entrepreneurs decide to choose Kevin and Lori’s deal.
Where is the company now? Find out in our Snactiv update.
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