Farmgirl Flowers The Profit Updates - Farmgirl Flowers: The Profit Updates in 2020

Christina Stembel is an Indiana farm girl who changed the traditional way of selling flowers by creating a unique model that streamlined the process by offering one new floral arrangement each day. Raised on a farm in rural Indiana, Christina grew up respecting the American farmer and appreciating the amount of hard work it takes to be successful. Using inspiration from local farmers and merchants, Christina worked hard to open Farmgirl Flowers. Customers were no longer burdened with deciding how to arrange the flowers they purchased. Christina created a unique, new floral arrangement every day. The process cut out the stress of the buyer and significantly reduced waste.  All of the flowers from Farmgirl Flowers came from American planters. It…

February 23, 2020
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FuelFood The Profit Updates - Fuelfood: The Profit Updates in 2020

Located in West Palm Beach, Florida, Fuelfood is a health food company geared toward healthy, clean eaters as well as athletes. The company prepares meals that will then be delivered to customers once every few days. The company is off the ground and generating a good amount of revenue after some initial investments and some endorsements from successful athletes. The owner wants to be able to deliver healthy food reliably to people who are trying to get into better shape. Considering the company’s location, West Palm Beach, where people are always walking around in bathing suits and bikinis, this seems like the type of company that can continue growing indefinitely. Building the company into a nationally-known clean food source can…

February 20, 2020
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Standard Burger The Profit Updates 2020 - Standard Burger: The Profit Updates in 2020

Standard Burger launched when four friends in Staten Island decided to go into business together and open a burger joint. The project is initially a fun new experience for the friends to embark on. As with many such endeavors, at first things are exciting, and that can carry the team forward. If the group runs into issues, they work together to solve them. And although there are many issues, that kind of thing is to be anticipated, especially with a new business. As time goes on, things stagnate, and growth declines. Something starts to fester in the minds of the four friends who decided to go in on this investment together: frustration. As the frustration builds, it becomes clear to…

February 19, 2020
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Tonnies Minis The Profit Updates 2020 - Tonnie’s Minis: The Profit Updates in 2020

Tonnie had an idea for a bakery. Initially, the idea was to be a local small business offering a unique bakery experience. Walk-in and make your mini cupcakes. You can choose the cake base, whatever flavor frosting you would like, what kind of sprinkles and topics, etc. The first location they had opened was having some success, and so Tonnie and his wife decided to open a second location. Even though it appeared as though the business was profitable, that was far from the case. Most of the couple’s ability to open a second location in the first place was thanks to a loan from Tonnie’s wife. It seems as though it might be common knowledge that taking a loan…

February 11, 2020
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Safe Grabs Shark Tank Updates - Safe Grabs: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Cyndi Lee spent her childhood burning her fingers, taking hot plates out of the microwave. Sure, she could have grabbed a towel or oven mitts, but Cyndi was a lazy child and simply went with it. This habit of removing freshly microwaved dishes with her bare hands continued as an adult until she came up with the idea for what was first called the “Micro Easy Grab,” a silicone disk to grab hot plates that double as a pot cover and splatter guard. Its flexibility also made it an idea to open those stubborn new jars. Cyndi promoted her new product in local retail stores and landed a spot on a local Houston news program. An appearance on The Steve…

February 10, 2020
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ReadeREST Shark Tank Updates - ReadeREST: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Rick Hopper has been creating and inventing since he was a young boy building monoliths from his Lincoln Logs and Erector sets. His passion and creative spirit continued as an adult when he would make furniture for his family on his off time from working in the window business. He fell on some hard times after his own window business closed. Rick was still inventing and creating, hoping his million-dollar idea was just around the corner when the inspiration for ReadeREST came to him. After living with perfect vision all of his life, Rick was getting increasingly frustrated with having to use reading glasses as his age finally caught up to his previous glass-less life. Not used to having to…

February 6, 2020
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Henrys Humdingers Shark Tank Updates - Humdingers: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

For Henry Miller, it all started when he was 11 years old. He was on a plane, seated next to a beekeeper, where he learned all about the wonders of bees, how they work, what they provide to the world, and just how important they are as a species. To the extent that scientists think that there is potential that, if bees were to go extinct, so would every plant they pollinate.From there, it is possible that the entire food chain would collapse. All of this ignited a fascination in Henry with bees. If bees are so important to our world and way of life, what could he do to help? 11-year-old Henry asked his mother if he could have…

February 3, 2020
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Drop Stop Shark Tank Updates - Drop Stop: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Anyone who drives a car has experienced this before: you have your phone in your pocket, you sit down in the vehicle, and all of a sudden you hear a thud and something has fallen. Uh oh, your phone fell out of your pocket, and it made its way to the area right between the seat and the center console. It’s lodged in the worst possible way. You can’t fit your hand in deep enough to grab the phone. You get out of the car, and now you are on your hands and knees, blindly moving your hand around the floor of your vehicle, trying to see where the phone went. Unfortunately, you keep your phone in a black case,…

February 2, 2020
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Mission Belt Shark Tank Updates - Mission Belt: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Nate Holzapfel is a force. The man was born to sell. Nate realized that there was a market when it came to belts. Belts have been made the same way for generations. No one ever considering augmenting the design or the way that they work, despite that there are noticeable issues when it comes to belts. First of all, there are plenty of people who fluctuate in weight at times. Sometimes losing 10 pounds here, gaining 10 pounds there. So, when you go to buy a belt, you can find a belt that fits you perfectly right at the second notch, for example. Well, the thing is, it only fits perfectly on that one day. Next week might be a…

February 1, 2020
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Everkin The Profit Updates 2020 - Everkin: The Profit Updates in 2020

Everkin Before the Profit  In Season 5 of The Profit, Marcus Lemonis tried to form a partnership with a phone accessory company called Casery, but Marcus walked away after seeing how poorly its owner, Matt Harlow, ran the business. Matt made terrible decisions and treated his employees with disrespect. But not long after Marcus made his exit, two of the Casery employees contacted him, hoping he would consider a partnership with them. That would mean creating a new company to compete with Casery, which is not typically how Lemonis works. Lead designer, Charlotte Hennington, and Operations/Finance Manager, Skyler Milligan-LeCroy, were hoping Marcus would finance a competitor to Casery while they did the work of building the new company from the…

January 28, 2020
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