Shark Tank season 9 episode 23 introduces entrepreneurs from Amarillo, Texas, introduce their new, fun and exciting way to decorate Easter eggs without all the mess; entrepreneurs from Los Angeles, California, pitch their glue-less, self-clinging, reusable tape invention; an entrepreneur from West Covina, California, shares his line of transportation devices to help people get around efficiently and save money; an entrepreneur from New York City presents his digital tool to turn loose change into effortless money.
Season 9 Episode 23 in depth
In season 9 episode 23, there is no guest judge.
When you’ve got 10,000 people trying to do the same thing, why would you want to be number 10,001?Mark Cuban
We listed below every entrepreneur and business who has appeared on Shark Tank Season 9 Episode 23. 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 9 episode 23:
- The Eggmazing Egg Decorator
- Hugo’s Amazing Tape
- Coolpeds Briefcase Electric Scooter
- CoinOut App Collects Change From Cash Purchases
Shark Tank Air Date: 02/18/18 – Season 9 – Episode 23
|$350,000 for 7%||$350,000 for 10% + $2 royalty||Lori Greiner|
Entrepreneurs: Curtis McGill and Scott Houdashell
Cleaner, and supposedly more “fun” than the traditional dye method of coloring eggs, The Eggmazing Egg Decorator essentially spins an egg in a circle. As it spins, you can draw designs onto the egg using a colored marker.
The invention “utilizes a patent-pending design that provides a new and creative way to decorate Easter eggs with the simple touch of a colorful marker.”
Their unique lathe design is perfect for Easter Eggs and it allows you to decorate the entire egg. By using all the colorful markers, can be created different designs.
|$50,000 for 50%||$100,000 for 100%||Barbara Corcoran|
Entrepreneurs: Katherine Saltzberg and Lauri Fraser
Hugo’s Amazing Tape is a product made by a pair of sisters from Los Angeles, CA, hoping to continue their father’s legacy. This tape leaves no sticky residue and sticks only to itself. It is PVC in tape form, which makes it both re-useable and super strong.
You can use Hugo’s Amazing Tape anywhere you would use rubber bands, tape, or duct tape. This reusable clear tape is glue-less and super-strong with overlapping ends to secure it. Keep thread spools from unwinding, hold projects while glue dries, and stop a ruler from sliding while cutting.
|$250,000 for 5%||NO DEAL||NO SHARK|
Entrepreneurs: Tony Chan
Coolpeds designs and manufactures the lightest electric scooters and bikes, that can have a bag attached to the handlebars for storage. Their scooters feature advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries, USB phone chargers, maintenance-free powerful brushless electric motor, & anti-corrosion super lightweight frames.
Weighing just 11-pounds, and with the attachable bag removable for easier folding, the scooter can move up to 15-miles per hour.
When you break, you actually charge the battery, thanks to the included electric breaking. The material resists damage and is durable that could range from surface scratches to high impact, and it is fully recyclable.
|$250,000 for 7.5%||$250,000 for 15%||Robert Herjavec|
Entrepreneurs: Jeff Witten
Jeff Witten, founder and CEO, created CoinOut – a payment processing app that appeals to both merchants and consumers alike.
The main way to earn cashback is through uploading your receipts, Coinout also partners with select stores to provide cashback for online transactions as well.
You don’t have to find specific deals or take time to see if a certain retailer is on the program. Just snap and earn! Receipts need to be uploaded within 2 weeks of original purchase and include the date, retail name, items purchased, bill amount and be readable.
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