Trippie Shark Tank Updates - Trippie: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

As a young college student and traveling basketball player, Ryan Diew spent a lot of time in airports. While waiting for connecting flights and wandering the airport terminal searching for a decent place to eat, Ryan came up with the idea for an app that travelers could use to connect with one another and map out locations in the airport. He created and launched Trippie before he even graduated and began to refine and grow the app with his brother. In the early stages of development and expansion, Ryan took Trippie to the Shark Tank to see if he could get a financial boost and some support from one of the successful entrepreneurs on the panel. Trippie on Shark Tank…

January 17, 2020
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Coolbox Toolbox Shark Tank Updates 2020 - CoolBox Toolbox: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

The CoolBox looks a bit like a toolbox and a bit like a cooler but with a myriad of high tech features, allowing users to have fun while being functional. The CoolBox boasts a smartphone/tablet holder, a built-in UX or USB port, marine-grade speakers, an LED clock, drain plug, and a bottle opener. With its exceptionally durable handles, it still functions as a great cooler/toolbox, too. Inventors Chris Stoijos and Jason Neubauer managed to successfully improve on older inventions that hadn’t had any real functionality upgrades since their conception.  In creating the CoolBox, Chris Stoikos and Jason Neubauer realized that there were a lot of “extras” to bring along while working on contracting projects. Chris said he was tired of…

January 15, 2020
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Hugos Amazing Tape Shark Tank Update 2020 - Hugo’s Amazing Tape: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Hugo Maisnik grew up as a dreamer and an inventor. He thought of the idea for his amazing tape when a package arrived at his father’s printing store with its content destroyed, except for one piece of plastic that remained unharmed. From that piece of plastic, Hugo envisioned a high strength tape with no adhesive, and the idea for Hugo’s Amazing Tape came to him. He toured the country hawking the non-adhesive, transparent tape at trade shows and everywhere he went. Hugo’s daughters, Kathryn Saltsburg and Lauri Frasier, had watched their parents put everything into trying to make Hugo’s Amazing Tape a success. Hugo had passed away within the last year, and his daughters looked to carry on their father’s…

January 9, 2020
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Unique Salon and Spa on The Profit Updates - Unique Salon & Spa: The Profit Updates in 2020

Carolyn DeVito and her then-business partner Joseph Secreti opened Unique Salon & Spa in Long Island, New York, in 1998. The full-service hair and nail salon expanded to four locations on Long Island with over 120 employees. Carolyn and Joseph parted ways as business partners after an ugly, costly battle, and Carolyn took on a mountain of debt from the legal issues. She got to keep the salons, which were bringing in $4.2 million in yearly revenue and looked to Marcus Lemonis and The Profit for help making Unique Salon & Spa a profitable success. Unique Salon & Spa on The Profit The Profit Season 2 Episode 12 The first thing Marcus noticed when he arrived to meet with Carolyn…

January 8, 2020
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Boo Goo Shark Tank Updates in 2020 - Boo Boo Goo: Shark Tank Updates in 2020

Parents have been looking for ways to make the hurt go away and heal the wounds when their children suffer the typical scrapes and cuts kids wind up with. Leave it to a child to come up with an environmentally-friendly way to dress small wounds without having to use a traditional band-aid. Kiowa Kavovit and her former child actor father, Andrew, created a paint-on substitute for the non-biodegradable bandage. Boo Boo Goo comes in a variety and colors and skin tones, making it fun for kids and serving to distract young patients from the injury and the pain. Andrew was a Daytime Emmy Award-winning soap opera actor best known for a five-year stint on As The World Turns, as well…

January 7, 2020
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Chef Big Shark Shrimp Burger Shark Tank Updates - Chef Big Shake: Shark Tank Updates in 2019

There are a lot of spin-off versions of standard beef burgers if you go to any restaurant or supermarket these days. There are veggie burgers, lamb burgers, turkey burgers, etc. Perhaps the most unique burger you’ll encounter is the culinary creation of  Shawn Davis, also known as Chef Big Shake: the Shrimp Burger. The story begins with Davis’s daughter returning from school with a newfound determination never to eat meat again. At school, she had been exposed to some videos showcasing some of the behaviors of the meat industry. Things that take place at the slaughterhouses compelled her to take a stand and swear off meat for good. Well, Shawn still wanted his ten-year-old daughter to get enough protein and…

December 17, 2019
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West End Coffee Company The Profit Updates - West End Coffee Company: The Profit Updates in 2019

West End Coffee Company has been providing coffee to Greenville, NC, and beyond for over 25 years. Since 1992, West End Coffee Company has provided coffee everywhere in the area, from local restaurants to coffee shops, churches, and numerous other businesses. If you’d rather bring it home, you could pick up a bag of coffee from Whole Foods or Fresh Market. Everyone had a taste for their brew. The business was booming. Until 2013, that is. John Brown and Rebecca Schramm were in a new relationship and wanted to start a new adventure. They thought owning a business would be a fun and exciting way to do just that. They pulled their money together – a cool half-million dollars –…

December 17, 2019
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Sanaia Applesauce Shark Tank Updates - Sanaia Applesauce: Shark Tank Updates in 2019

Keisha Jeremie grew up in paradise on an island in the Bahamas, where she developed a passion for the fruits and spices of the island. When Keisha went away to college at the University of Virginia, she was far from home and the warm climate where she was raised. Her first batches of homemade applesauce were created as a way to combat the brutal East Coast winters. Over the years, Keisha refined her applesauce recipe by adding fruits from the kinds of guava and tamarind trees she remembered as a little island girl. Blending guava into the applesauce took her back to the Bahamas. She could smell the summer breeze, and it felt like she was home sitting under a…

December 16, 2019
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Pacific Hospitality The Profit Updates - Pacific Hospitality: The Profit Updates in 2019

Gilbert Martinez came to the United States from Mexico in 1979, settling in Southern California. He began Pacific Hospitality, a furniture manufacturing business in the suburbs of Los Angeles, building an impressive commercial client list. Gilbert’s daughter, Ana, grew up with her father’s business, developing a deep passion and talent for commercial furniture design. The father-daughter team created the kind of quality furniture that enabled them to land big company accounts with Caesars Entertainment, MGM, and the Coffee Bean. Ana oversees their furniture designs, while Gilbert is in charge of the production end of the business. The majority of Pacific Hospitality’s business consists of manufacturing commercial furniture for restaurants, public spaces, and hotel guestrooms. Just 10% of the company is…

December 16, 2019
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Shark Tank Illumibowl Update - Illumibowl: Shark Tank Updates in 2019

Matt Alexander was a college student at Brigham Young University, studying entrepreneurship and looking for that one great idea that would thrust him into the business world with guaranteed success. Matt drank a lot of water, which inevitably led to a lot of trips to the bathroom, including in the middle of the night, when he would stumble to find the light, blinding him into full awake mode before trying to go back to sleep. The shrewd aspiring businessman came up with an idea for a floor mat that would light up when it was stepped on so people could find their way to the toilet without turning on the floodlights to show the way. Matt was talking over the…

December 11, 2019
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