Start ups featured on Shark Tank India

1. Skippi Ice Pops 

The Hyderabad-based startup founded by Ravi Kabra and Anuja Kabra is India's first ice popsicle brand. It was also the first brand that received an All Shark deal on the show. The brand claims that its products are made of 100% Natural flavours, colours, preservatives and sweeteners. The startup raised INR 1 crore for 15% equity.

2. Thinkerbell Labs

Thinkerbell Labs flagship product, Annie, which is a self-learning app for visually impaired individuals is a Bangalore based start-up. Annie is the world’s first self-learning Braille device for the visually impaired and allows students to learn to read, write and type Braille independently. Additionally, the companion app allows teachers to monitor real-time progress and allot home tests. Local authorities can also evaluate, compare, and remedy students through the cloud platform.

3. Hammer

Rohit Nandwani founded the company Hammer which makes high-quality audio gadgets, fitness bands and electric toothbrushes and is known for selling these gadgets at an affordable price.
Hammer was able to raise ₹1 crore for 40% equity.

4. Get-A-Whey

Get-A-Whey is a healthy ice cream brand founded by siblings Jash Shah and Pashmi Shah Agarwal, with their mother Jimmy Shah. Sharks Ashneer Grover, Aman Gupta and Vineeta Singh invested in their startup that provides a wide range of guilt-free dessert options.

5. Booz Scooters

Booz is an app-based electric scooter company that claims to be the first of its sort in South Asia founded by engineer Rutvij Dasadia. The start-up provides electric scooter rentals in different locations such as corporate parks, educational campuses. Booz was able to receive ₹40 lakhs in funding for 50% shares by the sharks.

6. PNT Solutions

Pnt solutions is a mumbai based robotics start-up that works on industrial projects based on AI, ML, ROS and IoT along with customised robotics solutions. The company’s popular robots is ADO which is an AI-powered advertisement robot which is fully automated humanoid robot that can perform autonomous navigation, facial recognition and gesture like humans. 
The start-up was able to receive ₹25 lakhs investment for 25% equity and ₹25 lakhs debt. 

7. RoadBounce

RoadBounce is a pothole detection software with maps to better riding quality in India. RoadBounce’s device is a pavement monitoring platform for large road networks that detects and informs the rider before accidents occur. The start-up raised ₹80 lakhs for 20% equity on Shark Tank India. 

8. In A Can 

The startup was founded by Viraj Sawant and Sameer Mirajkar back in 2020. In A Can is a startup that manufacturers canned cocktails. In a can startup was able to get INR 1 crore for 10 percent equity.

9. Bluepine Foods

Bluepine Foods is a Delhi-based food company founded in 2016 by Aditi Madan, with her co-founders Rohan Singh and Naveen Panwar. It specialises in frozen momos with traditional Himalayan ingredients. The startup was able to raise ₹75 lakhs in exchange for 16% equity.

10. Aliste Technologies

Aliste technologies provide home automation solutions. The company aims in making the home completely digital.

The start up claims to be the best in the market with the highest load-bearing capacity and industry-leading response time.
It is powered by full-end analytics, the products are affordable and help further save the customer’s bills. The services include geo-tracking that allows the user to walk out of their homes without worrying about electronic appliances that are switched on, automated switchboard and control of voice assistants, IR Blaster, smart Lock, RGB Controller, Motion Sensor, Touch Panel, CCTV Camera, Wave Sensor, and Smart Gate. 

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