Vestpakz, a backpack that distributes weight, did not get a deal on Shark Tank.
Nick Woodman, GoPro founder, is returning to Shark Tank as a guest investor on Season 6’s finale. Here’s insight into her career highlights and personal life.
Sway Motorsports electric 3-wheeled scooters entered the Shark Tank on May 15. Heavy interviewed owner Joe Wilcox.
Gato Cafe, a Florida shop that will serve food while you play with cats up for adoption, entered the Shark Tank on May 15. Heavy interviewed owner Adriana Montano.
Bantam Bagels, mini bagel balls filled with cream cheese, struck a deal on Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed owner Nick Oleksak before his Beyond the Tank debut.
Plated, an ingredient and recipe delivery system, got a deal with Mark on Shark Tank. Beyond the Tank shows it didn’t work out and now Kevin is an investor.
Bathroom stool company Squatty Potty struck a deal with Lori on Shark Tank. They are back in the Tank on May 8. We interviewed its founder on their growth.
Online interior design company ZOOM Interiors entered the Shark Tank on May 8. Heavy interviewed co-founder Beatrice Fischel-Bock on her business.
SynDaver Labs, a company that makes synthetic body parts for scientific research, entered the Shark Tank on May 8. Heavy interviewed its founder.
Sunscreen Mist, an automated booth that sprays on sunscreen, entered the Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed its CEO about the concept and its health benefits.
Heavy interviewed the owner of Ry’s Ruffery, Ryan Kelly, who appears on Beyond the Tank. The healthy dog treat business made a deal with Barbara in Season 4.
Bubba Q got a deal with Daymond on Shark Tank in 2013. Beyond the Tank revisits the boneless rib company.
Tipsy Elves, an ugly Christmas sweater company, got a deal from Robert, who called it his best investment to date in 2014. The company is on Beyond the Tank.
Define Bottle, a container to infuse water with fruit, debuts on Beyond the Tank. We interviewed creator Carter Kostler, who didn’t get a deal on Shark Tank, but was inspired to succeed.
ZinePak, a company that creates products for superfans, entered the Shark Tank on April 24th. Heavy interviewed its founders, Brittany Hodak and Kim Kaupe.