Shark Tank season 11 episode 18 introduces a group of entrepreneurs from Belleville, New Jersey, with their footwear brand dedicated to reinventing the traditional house slipper into your favorite sneaker. A former “Shark Tank” entrepreneur from San Diego, California, returns to the tank, this time pitching his online mentoring program that helps high school students and their parents navigate the college admissions process. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, helps you make your bed in a fraction of the time with her bedding product, while a golfer from Pasadena, California, provides a fresh new twist on sports fashion with his apparel line.
Season 11 Episode 18 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 18, there is no guest judge.
As an entrepreneur, you love your business like a child, and you’re taught to be laser-focused on the business.Daymond John
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 11 Episode 18. 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 11 episode 18:
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/03/20 – Season 11 – Episode 18
|$100,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Phil Black
PrepWell Academy is an on-line program for high school students that is based on the college admissions process. Founder at PrepWell Academy is Phil Black, an entrepreneur from San Diego, California, who returns a second time to the shark tank, this time with his online program.
Phil Black a father of four boys, graduated from Yale and Harvard Business School, he was a Navy SEAL officer and an investment banker with Goldman Sachs, Bootstrap Entrepreneur, Performance Coach at Johnson & Johnson, and a firefighter.
PrepWell Academy allows the students to decide what it is that they want and place the students and parents through a journey of discovery and preparation.
After this program students develop critical personal and professional skills that help them face the real-world challenges.
|$150,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Lola Ogden
The founder of Beddley Bed Cover is Lola Ogden. She has degrees in chemistry, physics, and MBA from Columbia Business School.
The Beddley duvet cover has a patented three-sided nylon zipper system with dual zipper pulls. This Innovative Duvet Cover makes your bed in a snap with the easy Beddley duvet cover.
The idea of making your bed not to be challenging, complicated or stressful lead to creating the easiest duvet cover ever known.
Made of the finest soft Egyptian cotton, each luxury comforter cover has four corner ties to keep your precious comforter in place inside.
|$200,000 for 15%||$200,000 for 25%||Daymond John|
Entrepreneurs: Ryan Cruz, Eric Cruz, and Kevin Zamora
Muvez is an innovative slipper brand dedicated to re-imagining the future of indoor slippers. MUVEZ men’s convertible and lightweight indoor slippers deliver unrivaled comfort and convenience.
The dual sole technology creates an effortless transition from the outdoors through the use of detachable outsoles; designed to provide protection, extra shock absorption and unmatched comfort.
The New Jersey-based footwear startup appearance on Shark Tank was a success and it landed a deal with Daymond John.
The price of these lightweight slippers is just under $100 on the Muvez online store. They have a breathable knit upper with a collapsible neoprene heel for easy accessibility. Upon entering your home, simply slip out of the outsoles and sport the breathable knit slippers around the house.
|$300,000 for 10%||$300,000 for 20%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Jason Richardson
Jason Richardson introduces Bad Birdie, his line of colorful golf shirts, to the Shark Tank. Richardson, who holds a marketing degree, came into the shark tank asking for $300,000 for 10 percent of his company Bad Birdie.
Richardson said he is extremely excited about the partnership with Robert Herjavec and where his company is headed. He is also grateful to integrate the sport he loves into his business.
What pushed Richardson into this journey the polo shirts for golf look pretty much the same, dominated by solid colors and stripes.
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