Shark Tank season 10 episode 3 introduces healthy vegan soups; a tool that makes it simpler to invest in crypto-currency; a chef from New York wants to expand his vegan sushi restaurants; siblings from Long Island, New York, present the product invented by their late father.
Season 10 Episode 3 in depth
In season 10 guest sharks 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, Bethenny Frankel, Sara Blakely, Charles Barkley, Alli Webb.
In this season 10 episode 3, the guest judge is Matt Higgins.
Matt Higgins is an American businessman and the co-founder and CEO of RSE Ventures, a private investment firm that focuses on sports and entertainment, media and marketing, food and lifestyle, and technology.
In 2011, he ran the ING marathon to help raise money for autism.
In 2012, Higgins co-founded RSE with Stephen M. Ross, the founder of Related Companies and owner of the Miami Dolphins. Higgins also serves as an executive for the Dolphins
In 2019 Higgins was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor.
In 2019, 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, in honor of his late mother
Always choose attitude over experience. Always.Barbara Corcoran
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 10 Episode 3. Many scammers claim they’ve received big investments from the Sharks or they have been on the show. They were not actually on Shark Tank if you don’t see a business on this list. 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 3:
- Soupergirl Soup
- Cup Board Pro Cutting Board
- Beyond Sushi – Vegan Sushi and Catering
- Bundil Turns Spare Change Into Cryptocurrency
Shark Tank Air Date: 10/21/18 – Season 10 – Episode 3
|$500,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Sarah Polon and Marilyn Polon
The soups are low in sodium and have none of the preservatives and unnecessary ingredients found in your typical off the shelf soup.
They are also free of peanuts and gluten. Some of the soups may contain organic coconut milk. Soupergirl soups are 100% plant-based, dairy-free and certified kosher.
The Souper Meals program delivers soup as part of a 2-day or 5-day soup plan.
Souper Meals are delivered twice a week but are currently only available to those living up and down the East Coast and as far southwest as Central Texas.
|$100,000 for 10%||$100,000 for 20%||Matt Higgins, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner, Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Christian, Kiera and Kaley Young
The wood cutting board for quick meal prep from Firehouse Chef, Keith Young and Kaley Young is easy to use, time-efficient, and kitchen safe.
Cup is easily insertable into the cutting board and collapsible for easy storage. Includes grips for easy transport. Cutting board is hand washable, cup is dishwasher safe.
Attachable cup easily separates prepped foods from scraps. Included juice groove makes it a great cutting board for meat. Rubber cutting board feet create a slight tilt to catch juices while providing a non-slip experience.
Made with bamboo, a natural antimicrobial surface that resists bacteria. Bamboo is easier on knives, requiring less frequent sharpening. Made from sustainable materials.
|$1.5 million for 25% of west coast + 5% of east coast||$1.5 million for 30% of west coast + 15% of east coast||Lori Greiner and Matt Higgins|
Entrepreneurs: Guy Vaknin
Beyond Sushi is a sushi format restaurant that replicates everything people like about sushi, just without the fish. Beyond Sushi is a vegan sushi restaurant that imitates their meats and tries to create an authentic experience.
Beyond Sushi’s extensive menu includes salads, wraps, dumplings, and plant-based sushi rolls. Although Beyond Sushi is well-established on the east coast and having a higher share in those profits would be attractive to The Sharks, Guy is offering a higher share in the west coast operations which are still unproven and unknown.
|$100,000 for 10%||$100,000 for 50%||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Dmitri Love
Bundil is a company from Dallas, TX, that wants to use a familiar service model to help everyday investors put their money into cryptocurrency. Users of the Bundil app can transfer the change from their everyday transactions to the service to have it automatically “invested” on their behalf into the Bitcoin, Litecoin or Ethereum cryptocurrencies.
The primary benefit of the app is that users do not need to mine their own cryptocurrency, but rather are investing in the cryptocurrency of their choice, similar to investing in stocks.
The Bundil service was launched sixty days before the filming of the episode and currently has 360 users. The business is not yet profitable but the entrepreneur intends to become profitable by charging each user either $3 a month or $24 a year in reoccurring service fees.
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