Here are the facts on the five companies that were featured on the Shark Tank episode that is re-airing on February 27.
A Drexel student debuts his scholarship app Scholly on Shark Tank and it causes a stir. Three of the sharks walk out which has never happened in the past.
LuminAID, a solar powered light, entered the Shark Tank on February 20.
Keen Home debuted their Smart Vent on Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed founders Ryan Fant and Nayeem Hussain.
Taaluma Totes, backpacks with a purpose, entered the Shark Tank on February 20. Heavy interviewed one of the founders, Jack DuFour.
Lumi, a company that let you print your own photos on fabric, entered the Shark Tank on February 13. Learn about the business and see some unique designs here.
Sseko Sandals, products that fight to end poverty in Uganda, entered the Shark Tank on February 13. Heavy interviewed founder Liz Forkin Bohannon.
Boobypack, a bra with side pockets, enters the Shark Tank on February 13. Heavy interviewed founder Christina Conrad.
The Paint Brush Cover debuted on Shark Tank in 2014 and got a deal with Lori. The show revisits the company on February 13th’s episode.
Himalayan Dog Chew, canine treats made of hard cheese, entered the Shark Tank on February 6. Heavy interviewed one of its founders.
FunBites, food cutters that turn meals into shapes for kids who are picky eaters, entered the Shark Tank on February 6. Heavy interviewed founder Bobbie Rhoads.
Nuts ‘N More, an almond butter company that got a deal on Shark Tank in 2013 from Mark and Robert, revisit on February 6. Heavy interviewed CSO Dennis Iannotti.
Here’s a sneak peek into Shark Tank on January 30. Tycoon Real Estate, a company that lets everyday people invest in real estate, was shut down by Mark Cuban.
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.