Raising Superstars, an app-based solution from the two co-founders Raghav & Shraddha Himatsingka, aids in children’s cognitive development. To showcase their product, they brought one of their customers.
The narrative begins 3.5 years ago when both of the co-founders welcomed their son, which is how the entire concept was conceived.
Children can start (0–3 years) using cards and apps from the very beginning. The 4 programmes they provide, which range in length from 7 days to 1 year, have a solid profit margin.
Inquire about Rs. 1 Crore at 2% Equity.
Anupam Mittal made a brief recommendation and a letter before declining. The investments were also abandoned by Namita and Vineeta. Aman offered Rs. 1 Crore at 4% Equity, while Ashneer offered the same amount at 5% Equity. Ashneer appeared intrigued.
After taking some time away, both co-founders returned to hear a fresh idea where Ashneer and Aman formed a partnership and offered Rs. 1 crore at 4% equity.
Shark Tank India Live: Torch-it – Empowering Vision Beyond Sight
Hunny Bhagchandani arrived with the goal of empowering people and easing their lives. By utilizing Sonar, which sends radiation, as well as a few patent innovations, the Torch-it device is said to be both economical and precise.
75 lakh rupees at 1% equity, please.
The next product in line is Jyoti, a smart wearable glass. It is now in alpha testing, and even the product’s video was featured in the episode. The price of their goods was its strongest point.
Sharks appeared to be interested. Instead of using an equity model, Aman Gupta and Vineeta suggested using a debt model, but they didn’t fully include their investment.
Anupam proposed Rs. 25 lakh in debt and Rs. 50 lakh at 2.5% equity. Anupam rejected the counter offer, which was Rs. 50 lakh at 1% equity, therefore the founder was left without any deals.
Shark Tank India Live – LKD: La Kheer Deli!
50 lakh rupees at 7.5% equity, please.
Shivang, Sonia, and Shivika Sood established LKD together, and it has a distinctive flavor that comes in a variety of intriguing tastes.
The product has a six-day shelf life, but the co-founders said they are conducting research to extend it to three months. An idea that struck while making Kheer at home—yes, it was as simple as it sounds—came.
A single offer of Rs. 50 lakh at 25% Equity was made by Anupam Mittal after the Sharks made their ideas and recommendations. After some deliberation, the co-founders returned and counter-offered with Rs. 50 lakhs at 15% Equity.
Anupam didn’t like their offer, therefore the co-founders left without receiving any money from the Shark Tank Platform.
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