Shark Tank season 7 episode 11 introduces a Christmas-decorating aficionado has a high-tech way to deck the halls with animated glow balls and synchronized musical trees; an entrepreneur has whimsical knit hats, complete with detachable facemask; two Harvard grads have a line of ornate, pop-up greeting cards for all occasions; and two women demonstrate their all-natural deodorant made from activated charcoal. Plus, Daymond John gives a workshop to the principals of four of his companies – Bombas Socks, Sunstaches, Myself Belts, and Cozy Bugs – and brings out chef Rocco DiSpirito to provide some delicious inspiration.
Season 7 Episode 11 in depth
In season 7 episode 11, there is no guest judge.
There are no ‘nos,’ just ‘how can I?Lori Greiner
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 11. 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 11:
- Beard Head – Beanie Hat with Beard
- Geek My Tree GlowBalls – Animated Christmas Tree Lights
- PiperWai – Natural Charcoal Based Deodorant
- LovePop – 3D Pop Up Greeting Cards
Shark Tank Air Date: 12/11/15 – Season 7 – Episode 11
|$250,000 for 25%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: David Stankunas
Beard Head is knit headgear that includes a beard for an all-in-one look! A range of characters, from Santa Claus to knights, barbarians, and football players are included in the product line.
Beard Head’s creator, David Stankunas has a background in product design and corporate experience in the apparel industry. Beard Head became the largest bearded headwear brand in the world and it is sold in thousands of stores across the globe.
His Beard Head design has have been featured in major magazines, newspapers, TV shows.
|$225,000 for 25%||$225,000 for 50%||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Brad Boyink
Geek My Tree GlowBalls are Christmas lights that come with 40 effects that display magnificent color and dazzling effects across 64 led snowflakes. With GeekMyTree tangle-free light strands and unique vertical hanging ring, setup is fast, easy, and hassle-free. Snowflakes are great for live, artificial, and pre-lit trees.
The globe-shaped bulbs glow in 360 degrees and house 2 full-color spectrum LED lights. Geek My Tree GlowBalls magically turns any Christmas tree into an animated light show filled with thousands of different variations.
You can hang on any 6-8 foot Christmas tree the Animated GlowBalls and plug them in. It comes preloaded with 16 effects / patterns right out of the box that loop or for more options, you can control them with your smartphone.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$50,000 for 10%||$50,000 for 20%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Jess Edlestein and Sarah Ribner
PiperWai are natural deodorant formulated with charcoal, aiming to be as effective as traditional, clinical-strength products, but without the potentially harmful artificial ingredients.
Within five minutes of airing, the product sold out as they experienced what’s called the “Shark Tank effect” and over the next month, they made more than $1 million in sales. Sarah Ribner and Jess Edelstein are the company’s founders, became self-funded, as they did not accept Corcoran’s offer after a year of negotiations.
Edelstein and Ribner received a $2,000 loan from their parents to produce raw materials and develop a website. In March 2014, Ribner and Edelstein co-founded PiperWai. The formula doesn’t discolor clothing, which rubs clear by using activated charcoal powder. A proprietary blend of 11 essential oils, as well as Shea butter, cocoa butter, magnesium hydroxide, vitamin E, baking soda.
|$300,000 for 10%||$300,000 for 15% ($2 million valuation)||Kevin O’Leary|
Entrepreneurs: Wombi Rose and John Wise
Lovepop is the 3D popup greetings card company on a mission to disrupt the $7B greeting card industry. Cards are designed with special ship design software and laser-cut before each piece of paper is carefully assembled by hand.
Lovepop was created in 2014 by founders Wombi Rose and John Wise who first met as students in training to become naval architects.
In late 2014, Rose and Wise finally launched out of the Harvard Innovation Lab with a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign and easily surpassed their goal of $10,000.
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