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PhoneSoap, a company that makes products to clean and sanitize your cell phones, entered the Shark Tank on January 30. Here’s what you should know about them.
GreenBox, pizza boxes that transform into plates and a storage unit for leftovers, entered the Shark Tank on January 30, Heavy interviewed its president, Jen Wright.
Victoria’s Kitchen, a company that makes an almond water, entered the Shark Tank on January 30. We interviewed founder David Meniane.
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Villy Custom, a company that allows clients to design their own bicycles, entered the Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed founder Fleetwood Hicks.
Napwell, a nap mask that eliminates sleep inertia, entered the Shark Tank on January 16. Heavy interviewed co-founder Neil Joglekar.
Bello Verde, a full service menswear retailer, entered the Shark Tank on January 16. Heavy interviewed CEO and founder Joe Chay.
TurboPUP, canine meal bars, entered the Shark Tank on January 16. Heavy interviewed Kristina Guerrero about her company.
Hold Your Haunches, a slimming pant and legging company, is back on Shark Tank on January 16. Heavy interviewed co-founder Erin Bickley.
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Coffee Meets Bagel, a dating app that matches users with one potential partner per day, entered the Shark Tank on January 9. Heavy talked to founder Dawoon Kang.
SkinnyShirt, a collar attached to a knit shirt, entered the Shark Tank on January 9. Heavy interviewed founder Julie Kalimian.