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Success Stories From “Shark Tank India”: 10 Startups That Saw Massive Growth

| Published on February 3, 2023

Shark Tank India’s candidates benefit from the guidance and supervision of the nation’s best entrepreneurs along with financial support.

Success Stories From "Shark Tank India": 10 Startups That Saw Massive Growth

Shark Tank India’s candidates benefit from the guidance and supervision of the nation’s best entrepreneurs along with financial support.

Different factors impact an entrepreneur’s ability to succeed. Lack of money is another significant element in business failure. Finding the ideal investor is crucial for this reason. Top businesspeople in the nation offer advice and direction to the Shark Tank India competitors in addition to money.

Conversations about Shark Tank India have practically everywhere. We were all riveted to our screens awaiting updates on the firms, proposals, and sharks. Even though there were far too many creative pitches and concepts, some of them managed to succeed after being featured on the show. And they are:

The Saas Bar

soaps made by hand in the form of muffins and ice cream. This is exactly what The Sass Bar offers, with goods that are immediately aesthetically pleasing. Since signing a contract on Shark Tank India worth Rs 50 lakh and 35% ownership, the company’s monthly sales have increased by Rs 6 lakh to Rs 10-20 lakh.

Tangz Food

Even though Lays and Kurkure may still be the market leaders for chips in India, urban areas there appear to be moving toward healthier alternatives, as seen by the debut of Lays’ unique baked variety of chips and the appearance of That too Yumm and so now Tagz Foodz.

Quirky Naari

Quirky Naari, India’s first hand-painted denim business, was unveiled on Shark Tank, much like Chumbak and some other desi-firangi fusion products. Mathura-based entrepreneur Malvica Saxena also displayed some wacky-cool shoes (including LED shoes) and clothing.

The brand saw a little boost in sales volume “from Rs 3 lakh to Rs 5 lakh” as well as received orders from abroad after securing a contract for Rs 35 lakh with 15% ownership.

Hammer Lifestyle

It is only poetic that the smart speaker and gadget company Hammer witnessed a significant increase in sales at a competition whose one of the judges also happened to be the CEO of the world’s largest speaker company, boAt (Aman Gupta). Other items they sell include smartwatches, grooming items, and electronic toothbrushes.

Since securing a deal during the exhibition, Hammer Lifestyle has doubled their crew and enhanced their technology. “Over Rs 70 lakh to Rs 2 crore”, their sales volume has now grown.

Brain Wired

WeSTOCK, a cattle health monitoring and tracking system proposed by the agricultural technology company BrainWired, was one of the most creative and well-liked concepts in Season 1.

The BrainWired team increased their revenues from a pitiful quarterly collection worth Rs “1 lakh to Rs 35 lakh” with a transaction worth Rs 60 lakh and 10% ownership.

Nomad Food Project

A bacon-only brand might be a dangerous endeavor in a nation where mutton and chicken control the meat industry. Advaith Inamke and Aditya Rai, former college friends who are now business partners, presented Nomad Foods, a line of jams, spreads, and bacon thechas, a spicy condiment, on Shark Tank. They earned Rs 5 lakh each month before the Shark Tank. The current monthly revenue is Rs 19 lakh.

Namhya Foods

One of the biggest trends in food marketing during Shark Tank India Season 1 was indeed the promotion of wholesome, all-natural superfoods. Namhya Foods is not an exception, but it stands apart due to its emphasis on traditional Indian methods of consuming particular herbs.

Namhya reached an annual total revenue of Rs 40 lakh after concluding a contract for Rs 50 lakh with 10% ownership and will open distribution centers in the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada.


Ice cream consumption may be fairly “heavy,” but Get-A-Whey makes an effort to change that with their nutrient, low-calorie, and sugar-free ice creams. The Sharks loved them right away for their variety of flavors and attractive presentation.

The firm, which boasted a sales volume of Rs 20 lakh, was the brainchild of mother-son team Jimmy and Jash Shah. This amount has increased to Rs. 80 lahks and now even Rs. 1 crore approximately since Shark Tank India!

Skippi Ice Pops

he packed “stickless” popsicles offered by the Indian firm FruitChill are comparable to those made by the British brand Skippi Ice Pops. With its eye-catching packaging and seasonally appropriate flavors, Skippi was still able to stand out and become the first business to receive approval from every Shark on the show.

In contrast to their former annual revenues of Rs 4-5 lakh, Skippi now makes Rs 70 lakh every month. Additionally, the business has begun shipping its ice goods to Kuwait, Nepal, Hong Kong, and Uganda.

Auli Lifestyle

Aishwarya Biswas, the inventor of Auli, succeeded in seducing Shark Namita Thapar, after which she started the retail distribution of her business. Auli Lifestyle’s line of vital ayurvedic skincare products is now valued at between Rs 30 and Rs 37 lakh every month earlier had a monthly sale of Rs “10-12 lakh”.

So, who is your favorite startup from Shark Tank India?
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