The Drip Drop, an edible ring that goes around an ice cream cone to prevent it from melting on your hands, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7.
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.
PopSlate, a company that makes use of the other side of your phone, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. Heavy interviewed its CEO and CMO.
Pet-healthcare app Petnostics entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. Its founder told us how it works and what pet owners are saying about its benefits.
PrideBites, a canine company, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. Heavy interviewed its CEO to learn about their beginnings and future plans.
Coolbox, a smart toolbox, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. We interviewed the owners of the innovation.
NoPhone, a plastic rectangle that helps customers not look at their phones, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. Heavy interviewed its owners.
Frill Clothing got a deal with Barbara and Kevin for their sorority and bridesmaids’ apparel. We interviewed co-founder Sharon Bui as they go Beyond the Tank.
TurboPup got a deal with Daymond for their dog bars. As owner Kristina Guerrero goes Beyond the Tank, we asked her about her growth and future plans.
Total Tie Keep did not get a deal on Shark Tank. We interviewed its owner to see how the company has progressed since the show.
ABS Pancakes, a gluten-free and low carb breakfast, entered the Shark Tank in Season 7. As their episode re-airs, we spoke to owner Ashley Drummonds.
Although the combo-hand-and-breath freshener Spretz did not land a deal in the Shark Tank, creator Tony Gauthier tells us about the company’s bright future.
Controlled Chaos, a styling cream to manage curly hair, got a deal with Lori in the Tank’s Season 7. As the episode reruns, we interviewed owner Alanna York about their growth and future plans.
The Good Promise pitched their healthy fruit and vegetable to-go drinks on Shark Tank. Heavy interviewed its owner, Karen Posada.
Vending machine-company Vengo entered the Shark Tank on March 18. Heavy interviewed its owners.