From dog slings to canine bars, the Shark Tank has seen many products designed with your dogs in mind.
Shark Tank’s FunBites is partnering with the children’s movie Minions and making a food cutter in the shape of the titular creature.
FunBites got a deal with Lori on Shark Tank. Since then, they’ve popped up in major retailers and are making four times the sales they did before the show.
Balm Chicky Balm Balm entered the Shark Tank in Season 6 with their lip gloss that can be shared with friends. They did not get a deal, but are now in Target.
Hoppy Paws entered the Tank in 2014 and got a deal with Barbara. We caught up with the owner to see how the company has grown.
From phone soap to dating apps, the Shark Tank has seen many tech companies. Here are some that have faced the investors.
Shark Tank has had many contestants pitching food and giving investors with taste tests. Here are companies we’ve interviewed with product information.
We interviewed some of the companies that pitched kitchen gadgets to the Shark Tank. Learn more about them here.
From twin pillows to pacifier pulleys, Heavy compiled a list of some kids’ products that have been featured on Shark Tank.
On Shark Tank, evREwares, a wearable sticker company, was bought by Mark Cuban. However, the deal never went through.
On Shark Tank, Scratch & Grain pitched cookie kits that make baking easier. They struck a deal with Barbara.
Bottle Bright, effervescent tablets that clean reusable bottles, entered the Shark Tank in Season 6. Lori gave them a deal.
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.