InchBug, a kids’ label and accessory company, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. Heavy interviewed its founder about the reality show and her future plans.
In a new photo series purportedly released by the Islamic State, an ISIS militant father says goodbye to his young son, who has been chosen to carry out a suicide attack.
EZPeeZ, a toilet lid to assist in potty training, didn’t get a deal in the Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed its owner who said the company has grown regardless.
In a new photo series purportedly released by the Islamic State, young boys and girls are shown attending an Islamist radicalization camp in Ninawa, Iraq.
Switch Witch, a doll-and-book set for children that magically takes away their excess Halloween candy, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7.
EZPeeZ, an adjustable toilet lid for kids, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. We spoke to the creator about his invention that helps kids potty train.
Beebo entered the Shark Tank to pitch its hands free bottle holder. Heavy interviewed the owner, Martin Hill.
Hoppy Paws got a deal with Barbara for their stamping kits. We caught up with the owner who let us in on some exciting new developments.
Jungle Jumparoo did not get a deal for their jungle gym on Shark Tank’s Season 6. We interviewed the CEO who told us that sales are at an all-time high.
Is your child a budding pop star? Give them a platform for their burgeoning talent in your own home with a karaoke machine made just for them.
PullyPalz entered the Shark Tank in Season 6 with their pully-operated pacifiers. Heavy spoke to the comany’s owner about their growth since the show.
Budsies brought its custom-made stuffed animals to the Shark Tank in Season 6. Heavy interviewed the CEO to see how they’re doing since not accepting a deal.
PullyPalz helps with the problem of babies throwing their pacifiers. The company entered the Shark Tank on April 10.
Budsies, a company that turns kids’ artwork into stuffed animals, debuted on Shark Tank on April 10. Heavy interviewed its founder and CEO.