“Shark Tank India boosts brand exposure, boosts credibility, and attracts potential investors.”
Everyone, from aspiring business owners to forward-thinking companies, is prepared for the second season of “Shark Tank India.” Many entrepreneurs and investors (aka “Sharks”) have benefited from the reality TV program. But just a tiny number of them have gotten great offers.
Revamp Moto, WeStock, Jugaadu Kamlesh, Annie, Wakao Foods, Skippi Ice Pops, and other companies from the event have received the most funding. While companies like Bummer and Nuutjob couldn’t get all “Shark Tank Deals,” they nevertheless made the most of the show’s publicity.
Although the show succeeded in generating talks about entrepreneurship, it gained popularity in corporate circles. The “Sharks” of the show captured the audience’s interest in addition to the unique business concepts.
Ashneer Grover, general director and co-founder of BharatPe, was involved in the most controversy out of the seven sharks that served as judges on season one of the show. Aman Gupta, CEO of boAt, is the one who has staked the most money in the program. Gupta, who co-founded boAt and serves as its chief marketing officer, placed the most significant investment in the programme. In 28 transactions, he invested a total of Rs 9.358 crore.