Episode 407 – Shark Tank Season 4

Shark Tank Episode 407 Season 4Shark Tank Episode 407, Season 4 has The Sharks engaged in entrepreneur Shelton Wilder's passionate presentation. Scrub Daddy creator Aaron Krause has a tool designed to make cleaning more efficient that he's selling on QVC right now!. Find out if Aaron scored a deal with QVC Queen, Lori Greiner. Entrepreneurs Matt & Meg Meyer pitch The Bear & The Rat  Cool Treats for Dogs, frozen yogurt treats for man's best friend. The fourth Entrepreneur who appears in Shark Tank Episode 407 is Shane Chen, founder of Inventist, a company producing the SoloWheel, a gyro-stabilized unicycle.

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Success stories are shown every week, and Shark Tank Episode 407 showcases Mark And Hanna Lim, the inventors of Lollacup. Mark Cuban and Robert Herjavec jumped in on this deal together, making an investment in Shark Tank Season 3.

This week, ABC announced two more Shark Tank Episodes for Season 4. That makes twenty-four episodes. If you would like to appear on the show, check out our Auditions and Casting information.

Episode 407 – The Shark Investors and Entrepreneurs

The Shark Tank Episode 407 entrepreneurs make their best pitch to a panel of five Shark investors who use their own money. The Shark Investors negotiate on the spot without any previous information, which differs from normal negotiations with investors.

Companies pitching the Shark Investors must go through a rigorous, but normal due diligence process before the deal is completed. Shark Tank Blog follow ups help you keep track of the companies that end up successful and the ones that don't complete their deal.

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Comments

  1. This episode did no feature the Solowheel. It was actually a different company Focus Design, showing their Self Balancing Unicycle the SBU V3. It is a similar product to the Solowheel, but this version has a unicycle seat. I belive Focus Design is the company that actually developed the electronic controls to drive both of these products and licensed it to Inventis, the company selling the Solowheel. They are both selling for the same price and have very similar features. I am trying to decide which one to get.

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