Shark Tank season 11 episode 14 introduces entrepreneurs from Thousand Oaks, California, are reinventing the toothpaste game with their sustainable teeth-cleaning products, while a mother and son duo from San Francisco, California, introduces their convenient and affordable solution to helping families pack light and travel easier with baby gear. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, enters the tank and presents a healthier version of a decadent treat. Finally, a pair of classmates from New York City pitch their customizable eyewear product line for kids.
Season 11 Episode 14 in depth
In season 11 guest sharks are Katrina Lake, founder and CEO of Stitch Fix; tennis player Maria Sharapova, Daniel Lubetzky, founder and CEO of Kind; and Anne Wojcicki, CEO and co-founder of 23andMe. Matt Higgins and Rohan Oza are the recurring Sharks this season.
In this season 11 episode 14, the guest judge is Katrina Lake.
An American businesswoman Katrina Lake founded a fashion-based subscription service and serving as CEO of Stitch Fix, which was established in San Francisco back in 2011 and then in 2017, went public.
She is the youngest woman in tech to take a company public. Lake was named one of America’s richest self-made women by Forbes in 2017.
In 2016 the Fortune (magazine) 40 under 40, listed Lake as one of Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business.
In this season 11 episode 14 Katrina appeared as a guest shark on the ABC show Shark Tank and teamed up with Lori Greiner to make a deal with a young budding company for children’s glasses.
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I roll out of bed in the morning, whenever I want, and I work right away because, to me, that’s the life. That’s freedom. The whole point for me is that I love the freedom of being an entrepreneur, that I do what I want to do when I want to do it.Lori Greiner
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 14. 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 11 episode 14:
- Coconut Girl Paleo Desserts
- BabyQuip Baby Gear Rentals
- Bite Eco-Friendly Toothpaste
- Pair Eyewear Customizable Kid’s Glasses
Shark Tank Air Date: 05/06/20 – Season 11 – Episode 14
Coconut Girl Paleo Desserts
|$180,000 for 18%||$180,000 for 20%||Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Frankie Yamsuan
Coconut Girl cookie sandwiches are sweetened with natural sugars making them the first paleo cookie sandwich to do that. It was created out of the obsession with creating healthy alternatives to my favorite snack foods.
Franchesca Yamsuan, born in the Philippines moved to southern California when she was young. She is a graduate in culinary sciences. In a random experiment, she decided to put her dates shakes combination of dates and coconut smoothies, into her ice cream maker and the result was a Paleo ice cream.
The cookie texture with creamy almond butter is soft and chewy which complements the rich coconut cream. These delectable sandwiches are grain-free, and paleo.
BabyQuip Baby Gear Rentals
|$500,000 for 5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Joe Maier and Fran Maier
BabyQuip, as seen on Shark Tank, is the #1 baby equipment rental and cleaning service in the US and Canada. BabyQuip offers a simple solution. Families can choose safe, clean, and insured baby equipment from their huge assortment.
A network of independent providers for rental baby gear forms BabyQuip’s platform business model. Since their appearance on Shark Tank, they expanded to 500 markets with over 600 Quality Providers in the United States and Canada.
They are offering thousands of baby gear items for rent on their platform. On their platform, you can find trained, insured, and amazing independent quality providers who deliver and set up clean, quality baby gear at a vacation rental, family’s hotel, or private residence.
Bite Eco-Friendly Toothpaste
|$325,000 for 5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Lindsay McCormick and Asher Hunt
Bite Toothpaste Bits was founded by Lindsay McCormick and Asher Hunt, who wanted to get rid of the environment of plastic toothpaste tubes. Our health and the environment don’t have to be put at risk in order to have effective oral care.
And the solution came – chemical-laden commercial toothpaste by using dry and sustainably sourced ingredients, pressed into tablets made to clean and protect teeth.
Most toothpastes contain Silica (Silicon Dioxide), and it’s full of chemicals, fillers, and unnecessary ingredients. Silica is abrasive. A short-term benefit of using abrasion to whitening teeth is provided but may create enamel loss over the long term.
Pair Eyewear Customizable Kid’s Glasses
|$400,000 for 10%||$400,000 for 10% + $1.5 royalty until $400,000 is repaid||Lori Greiner and Katrina Lake|
Entrepreneurs: Nathan Kondamuri and Sophia Edelstein
Nathan Kondamuri and Sophia Edelstein are co-founders of Pair Eyewear, that sells affordable, customizable glasses for children between the ages of 6 and 15.
They met while studying at Stanford University and Nathan worked as an Operations Management Leadership Program intern at GE, while Sophia has worked in Goldman Sachs as an analyst. Interning in business development at TeachAIDS. Research Assistant at Stanford University, and Summer Analyst at J. P Morgan.
The base frames come in six colors and the magnetic tops that snap onto the base frames come in a wide variety of colors and patterns: stripes, polka dots, rainbow, tie-dyed. Pair Eyewear sends out cardboard replicas of their frames and designs for kids to try on at home, which not just save company and parents money and time and they do not have to bother with mailing and returns.
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