Shark Tank season 7 episode 26 introduces an all-in-one early education solution; fashion networking mobile app; umbrella entrepreneurs; a way to get kids to eat healthier.
Season 7 Episode 26 in depth
In season 7 episode 26, the guest judge is Chris Sacca.
Christopher Sacca is an American venture investor, company advisor, entrepreneur, and lawyer. He is the proprietor of Lowercase Capital, a venture capital fund in the United States that has invested in seed and early-stage technology companies such as Twitter, Uber, Instagram, Twilio, and Kickstarter.
Since 2011 he has been listed on Forbes’ Midas List: Top Tech Investors.
Lowercase Capital had an investment portfolio of around 80 startups and a variety of more mature companies by 2017.
In April 2017, Sacca announced that he was retiring from venture investing and along with it his role on Shark Tank.
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We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 7 Episode 26. 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 26:
- FashionTap – Social Network That Pays Users for Content
- My Fruity Faces – Edible Stickers
- BrellaBox- Umbrella Rental Vending Machines
- Brightwheel – Classroom Management App for Schools and Daycare
Shark Tank Air Date: 04/29/16 – Season 7 – Episode 26
|$100,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Amy Roiland
FashionTap is a thriving online social network dedicated to fashion. Members join for free and earn money from creating and sharing content about the brands and products they love.
FashionTap was created by fashion blogger Amy Roiland. Bloggers can use her platform to upload photos and tag specific items.
Images of products are posted by retailers, designers, and publicists and by tagging all of the items in the images they can use it to promote. If your followers buy something through photos you’ve posted on Instagram, you earn a commission on each sale.
|$200,000 for 10%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Adam Gerber and Bob Ntoya
My Fruity Faces is a company in Altadena, California that makes fruit-flavored edible stickers to encourage children to eat fruits and vegetables.
My Fruity Faces, was all-natural and made eating fresh fruits and vegetable fun and exciting for kids. Buddy Bites, Groovy Girls, and Playful Pets are the three different packages you can choose from. Each 2.5 oz. package includes 30 edible stickers and sells for $5.95. Their stickers are just the ticket to get your kids to develop healthy eating habits-and they won’t even know they’re eating healthy.
They also worked directly with brands, marketers, and agencies to build custom Augmented Reality solutions for major advertising campaigns, trade shows, and live events.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$400,000 for 20%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Anusha Kambhampaty and John O’Connor
BrellaBox is an umbrella rental system that makes it easier, cheaper, and more environmentally friendly, for New Yorkers to use umbrellas. BrellaBox was co-founded by New York city residents, John O’Connor and Anusha Kambhampaty.
the BrellaBox takes up just over 1.5 square feet to safely and neatly store. It is superbly engineered, uniquely designed, an immensely solid, and flawlessly produced storage system. Broken umbrellas go directly into solid waste landfills.
Public attractions, colleges, shopping districts, and city parks are just some of the great fits for BrellaBox. Their map and design is patent-pending and they have numerous installations at college campuses such as. Michigan State University College of Law, East Stroudsburg University, and Penn State University, with installations under discussion at many other universities as well.
Status: OUT OF BUSINESS
|$400,000 for 4% ($10M)||$600,000 at $9M valuation||Chris Sacca and Mark Cuban|
Entrepreneurs: Dave Vasen
Brightwheel helps childcare providers to manage their business using this childcare management app and also to send throughout the day to parents updates on their children.
Preschools, nursery schools, daycares, and camps have been used Brightwheel since its development, that range in size from a few to hundreds of children.
The Brightwheel Basic plan is available at an additional monthly fee with the Brightwheel Premium service and includes videos, room ratios, messaging and calendars, plus student and staff check-in, unlimited staff, unlimited students, and access to email, chat and phone support.
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