Top 10 worst shark tank pitches
You have to give credit to the sharks, as much as it is fun for me to watch Shark Tank for some of the incredible but sometimes humiliating business ideas that come through the door. Although I believe the show will succeed regardless of who the five sharks are, it is clear that these five have a great chemistry and have worked together long enough to know how to play off one another. Do people ever care when Barbara Corcoran isn’t around? No, I don’t believe so. “I’m Out,” or 11 Shark Tank “I’m Out” Memes That Will Make You Laugh, is a show favorite.
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I was watching Shark Tank reruns on CNBC last night when I came across a pitch from the first season of the show about a woman who was ahead of her time. Irina Blok, a woman whose new product Face Blok was introduced to the Sharks as “a set of fashion surgical masks designed for people with an edgy sense of humor who want to express themselves,” was featured in a 2009 episode. Doesn’t this sound like something that people in 2020 will need and want? In 2009, not so much, even with the swine flu in the news at the time.
Despite Blok’s enthusiasm for her face masks, her pitch was a complete disappointment with the Sharks. At the start of the episode, Barbara Corcoran refused to take one of Blok’s samples, telling him, “I guess I’ll pass,” before dismissing the pitch as “freaky.” Kevin Harrington voted no because it was a “novelty thing, not a serious item,” according to him. Daymond John was asked if he thought face masks could be made into fashion statements by Kevin O’Leary, and he replied, “No, I don’t believe so.” While Robert Herjavec died as well, he did give Blok some (slightly backhanded) encouragement: “Keep doing it as a side business.” Do not give up your day job. “I’m leaving.” “But is it because swine flu was all over the news for two weeks?” O’Leary asked after Blok told the Sharks about her low sales but recent exposure and website traffic. We don’t see it any more. It was a fad that came and went. To get that kind of hit profile again, you’ll need a new epidemic.” (By the way, Mark Cuban is exempt from this debate since he didn’t enter Shark Tank until the following season.)
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1) After filming their segment, every Shark Tank contestant is expected to meet with an on-set psychologist. Mark Cuban says, “They have to make sure we haven’t scarred them for life.” 2) Not every deal made on the show eventually comes to fruition. Any bid made by a Shark while shooting is not regarded as official. One out of every five offers, according to Daymond John, falls through after recording. 3) The Sharks have been known to back out of a contract if they find the contestant lied about their company’s finances during their presentation. 4) However, according to Mark Cuban, the contestants are the ones who normally back out of deals: “I’d say the entrepreneur changed the offer 90% of the time. It wasn’t us who backed out.” 5) When recording, the Sharks use concealed earpieces. Producers will secretly prompt a Shark to ask a contestant about their emotional or unique backstory if they have one. 6) Mark Cuban, on the other hand, says he doesn’t care for backstories: “I hate the backstory…because it’s usually a way to cover the realities of the company.” 7) The Scrub Daddy, which has grossed over $75 million and sold over 10 million units, is Shark Tank’s most profitable commodity. Lori Greiner bought a 20% stake in the business for $200,000 on the show.
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