Shark Tank season 7 episode 10 introduces an entrepreneur uses an unique labor force to create her product, the sharks go on a crazy ride when a college student brings a grown up version of a favorite childhood toy, and beauty industry experts bring innovations from the secret epicenter of beauty. Also, an update on Happy Feet that Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 5.
Season 7 Episode 10 in depth
In season 7 episode 10, there is no guest judge.
He gave the example of a plumber sending an invoice, and how they can tell if someone starts to create an invoice and can’t make it through the whole process. For a small business entrepreneur, “that’s a big deal because that means they’re not going to get paid, which means that tuition payment for their kid in college may be in jeopardy. So we take that really, really seriously.”
If you can’t come clean and tell investors how and why you failed, that raises a red flag. They need to see that you learned from it and came back stronger.Daymond John
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 10. 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 7 episode 10:
- Glow Recipe – Korean Skin Care Products
- Trunkster – Smart Luggage – Suitcases for Modern Travelers
- Sarah Oliver Handbags – Knitted Bags Made by Seniors
- Leaux Racing Trikes – Tricycles for Adults
Shark Tank Air Date: 12/04/12 – Season 7 – Episode 10
|$425,000 for 10%||$425,000 for 25%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Sarah Lee and Christine Chang
Sarah Lee and Christine Chang are the founders of Glow Recipe. Christine Chang left behind her career in global marketing at L’Oreal US to cofound her skin care company, Glow Recipe.
Glow Recipe is a clean, cruelty-free skincare company with a mission to empower their customers to feed skin the ingredients it needs, when it needs it. It is available at over 1,500 retailers including all Sephora US and Canada stores, as well as Douglas in Germany and Mecca in Australia.
The Glow Recipe line at Sephora includes Watermelon Glow Sleeping Mask and Blueberry Bounce Gentle Cleanser. Later they launched a sister brand that’s even more budget-friendly with all of its superfood-based formulas.
|$1.4 million for 5%||$1.4 million for 5% to be repaid within 2 years||Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Gaston Blanchet and Jesse Potash
Trunkster is the smart luggage suitcase attempting to disrupt the luggage industry. The Trunkster’s key features include zipperless entry, USB charging with a removable battery, a built-in scale and GPS location tracking through the Trunkster app.
The company was back founded in 2014 by Jesse Potash and Gaston Blanchett. In 2015, the duo introduced Trunkster to the world through crowdfunding campaigns on IndieGogo and Kickstarter.
The campaigns ended successfully with over $3 million in funding between the two platforms with over 7000 backers on board.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$50,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Sarah Oliver
Sarah Oliver Handbags designed and produced hand-knit handbags. The bags were knitted by senior citizens women from a retirement community and every bag they make tells a story, and it brings them great joy to see their creations.
The company was founded by Sarah Oliver – a designer from California. They are leading a movement that empowers seniors.
Unfortunately in 2017 after the federal Department of Labor visits her, under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers must pay an hourly wage but she was paying them by piece. So she decided to close the business.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$120,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Joe Hadzicki and Tyler Hadzicki
Leaux Racing Trikes is a line of recumbent tricycles modified for speed and maneuverability for adults. The three-wheeler for adults can drift and spin 360 degrees. Tyler was able to create his first Leaux Racing Trikes prototype for a sixth-grade science project.
Joe Hadzicki and teen Tyler Hadzicki of San Diego, California, are the founders of Leaux Racing Trikes. Tyler was only 19 years old when he appears with his dad on Shark Tank. The three wheels are casters that are controlled by a handle in the back, that allows you to spin 360 degrees.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
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