Shark Tank season 10 episode 16 introduces entrepreneurs from Seattle, Washington, who introduce their spa design that relies on innovative, alternative therapy to relieve common aches and pains. An entrepreneur from Oakland, California, is at the forefront of the future of food by creating sustainable protein in a lab. When a family from Shelton, Connecticut, present their kid’s reward system, the kids take over the pitch; and last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from San Diego, California, who pitches his simple but ingenious device which helps you capture frame-worthy pictures with your best friend.
Season 10 Episode 16 in depth
Guest sharks for this season, subtitled “A Decade of Dreams,” include Jamie Siminoff, the first guest shark to have sought a deal on the show (the sharks passed on his company Doorbot, now known as Ring).
In this season 10 episode 16, the guest judge is Matt Higgins.
Matt Higgins is an American businessman who co-founded RSE Ventures, a private investment firm that focuses on sports and entertainment, media and marketing, food and lifestyle, and technology, where he also serves as a CEO.
In 2011, he ran the ING marathon to help raise money for autism.
Matt Higgins also co-founded RSE with Stephen M. Ross, the founder of Related Companies and owner of the Miami Dolphins and had been a high-level executive with the New York Jets, and serves as an executive for the Dolphins.
Higgins has appeared as a guest investor on the series Shark Tank at the beginning of 2018.
In 2019 Higgins was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
In 2019, in honor of his late mother, he delivered the commencement address at his alma mater Queens College, where he established the Linda Higgins Empowerment Scholarship to help support single parents in obtaining college degrees.
I have met many entrepreneurs who have the passion and even the work ethic to succeed – but who are so obsessed with an idea that they don’t see its obvious flaws.Lori Greiner
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 16. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. If you don’t see a business on this list, they were not actually on Shark Tank. Some of the top places you can use to check are on Wikipedia and also ABC’s episode guide.
List with all the appearances in season 10 episode 16:
- Wild Earth Koji Dog Treats
- Pooch Selfie Dog Products
- Kudo Banz Rewards For Kids
- Urban Float Sensory Deprivation Therapy
Shark Tank Air Date: 03/17/19 – Season 10 – Episode 16
|$550,000 for 5%||$550,000 for 10%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Ryan Bethencourt
Wild Earth is made using only 3 main ingredients: non-animal-based bacon flavor, koji protein, and peanut butter. 10 amino acids that dogs require in their food are also contained in the product.
It offers healthier foods for pets by being dedicated to reinventing pet food with science that are more humane than conventional products and better for the environment.
All their flavors are designed with your dog in mind and you can trust that every ingredient we use has benefits for your dog. Their clean-protein formula creates quality and delicious products and uses minimal resources.
|$100,000 for 20%||$100,000 for 33.3%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Jason Hernandez
Pooch Selfie is the Original Pet Selfie Smartphone Attachment which completely changes the way we take pictures and selfies with our Dogs. No more face-licked selfies with your pups. No more missed opportunities as you miss a picture of your pup.
One Smartphone Attachment and a removable Squeaking Pooch Selfie ball come with the Pooch Selfie. Slide the clip over your smartphone or tablet and attach the tennis ball on top of your phone.
This provides users the ability, without having to remove the device, to take portrait-style selfies and pics. It is compatible with most 3rd party smartphone cases and designed for both Galaxy and iPhones smartphone models.
|$150,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Amanda Naqvi and Hamza Naqvi
Kudo Banz works like a sticker chart but goes on a child’s wrist. Teachers have asked, we’ve answered! Introducing the Classroom Kit.
Kudo Banz “unsticks” the sticker chart and is making positive reinforcement easier and more effective by putting it right on a child’s wrist where they can always keep their goals in sight and in mind.
Kudo Banz has been tested and loved by some of the very best in the industry. From Parents to Psychologists, Expert Moms to Industry Experts, we’ve won ten industry awards!
Since Kudo Banz is always right there on their wrists, kids can remember what they are working on whether they are at stations, in the hall, or even in music class. Kids and toddlers will be really excited to see these fun Kudos dance on screen. They are a great way to keep your little ones focused and motivated as their interests change.
|$500,000 for 5%||$500,000 for 12.5%||Matt Higgins|
Entrepreneurs: Joe Beaudry & Scott Swerland
Urban Float, owned and operated by Scott Swerland and Joe Beaudry, is a Seattle-based organization that has aspirations of planting their spas across the nation to bring Americans weightless, peaceful, and hydrotherapy.
With the most comfortable, convenient and safe floatation systems, Urban Float offers a premium spa experience. In the beginning, they opened two three-pod locations in Seattle.
Lighting and music can be added and adjusted on-demand, as each pod can be adjusted to the user’s sensory needs.
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