BrandYourself, a website that allows clients to build a positive online profile, entered the Shark Tank on March 20, Heavy interviewed its CEO, Patrick Ambron.
The Home T makes shirts with your state’s shape as the logo. Heavy interviewed founder Ryan Shell about his clothing company in time for his Shark Tank debut.
Emazing Lights, which make LED gloves and rave lights, entered the Shark Tank on March 13. Watch a sneak peek of CEO Brian Lim pitching to the sharks.
Aqua Vault, a safe which attaches to beach and pool furniture to store valuables, entered the Shark Tank on March 13.
Naja, a bra and underwear company, entered the Shark Tank on March 13. The founder, Catalina Girald, creates lingerie that empowers women.
With direct targeting and easy-to-measure ROI, mobile marketing is delivering superior results.
Frill Clothing, a company that specializes in dressing sororities and bridal parties, entered the Shark Tank on March 6.
Coco Jack, a tool for opening coconuts, entered the Shark Tank on March 6. Learn more about the product here.
Twin Z Pillow, to assist mothers of twins with breast and bottle feeding, entered the Tank on March 6. Learn about the product and buy it here.
BedRyder, a pick-up truck seating system, debuted on Shark Tank on March 6. Heavy interviewed business partners Carey Hyde and George Conway.
Grace and Lace entered the Shark Tank in Season 5 with their accessories designed for women. Barbara gave them a deal and the company has grown tremendously.
Here are the facts on the five companies that were featured on the Shark Tank episode that is re-airing on February 27.