• Shark Tank Deal: Oatmeals Accepts $500,000 From Lori Greiner

    16 hours ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Sam Stephens, owner of Oatmeals, came to the Sharks in the hopes of landing a strategic partnership and $500,00 for 20% of her company. Oatmeals is a NYC based cafe that serves a traditional food in a non-traditional way. Their menu that ranges from peanut butter banana to pomegranate pistachio to truffle risOATo to sundried pesto and parmesan (with many, many more options and the ability to customize your own bowl). Oatmeals is hoping to expand across America but would like to begin by expanding throughout NYC.
    A former investment banker, Sam went back to culinary...
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  • Shark Tank Deal: Prank-o Accepts $640,000 From Mark Cuban

    Shark Tank Deal: Prank-o Accepts $640,000 From Mark Cuban

    16 hours ago - By Business 2 Community

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    In an unusual segment, company Prank-o, pranks the Sharks by introducing their bogus company, Rynarik, and asking for $75,000 for 14% of their company. They show them products such as a snack hat, a coffee pot that you can brew in the shower and dusters for your pet's feet. When they went to hand out samples to the Sharks, they revealed what their actual company does. They sell empty boxes with funny items on the outside for consumers to wrap their actual presents in. Prank-o is actually seeking $640,000 for an 8% share of the company.
    Since the company has launched...
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  • Shark Tank Deal: Ski-Z Accepts $50,000 From Barbara Corcoran

    Shark Tank Deal: Ski-Z Accepts $50,000 From Barbara Corcoran

    17 hours ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Nick Palermo and Kyle Allen came into the Shark Tank in search of a $50,000 investment for a 15% share in their company, Ski-Z. Their patented, flagship product is a caddy for your skies that allows you to push or pull them to the slopes. The product is small and portable, which makes it easy to carry in your pocket as well as the ideal size to sell as an add-on item at ski shops and airports near ski towns.
    The Sharks are impressed with their margins on the product, as it costs $3.50 to make and is sold for $19.95, however, they are concerned with the financial...
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  • Shark Tank Deal: Hire Santa Accepts $200,000 From Barbara Corcoran

    Shark Tank Deal: Hire Santa Accepts $200,000 From Barbara Corcoran

    18 hours ago - By Business 2 Community

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    Mitch Allen, owner of Hire Santa, is on a mission to bring Christmas cheer to everyone. Since Santa can't be everywhere, Mitch has made a business of finding his helpers and contracting them out to play the big guy throughout the Christmas season. He is seeking $200,000 to help with making some strategic hires for a 10% share of his company.
    Hire Santa takes care of all the details for their clients. They help to match them with the perfect Santa for their event, whether it is a contracted retail position or an in-home party. A retail Santa will make about $50-$60/hour while...
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