Top 10 Startups of Shark Tank India Season 2

Shark Tank India Season 2

Top 10 Startups of Shark Tank India Season 2

Shark Tank India is a popular reality television show where entrepreneurs come with their startups to showcase their innovative ideas and get investments from a panel of investors (sharks). The Sharks invested their money in multiple interesting businesses.

Shark Tank India is based on the most popular Us version of Shark Tank. In India shark tank India season 1 is aired on Sony LIV and Sony TV on 20th December 2021.

And Second season aired on 2nd January 2023. In the second season, the show featured some of the most promising entrepreneurs and startups, Who had the chance to pitch their ideas to the “sharks” and receive investments from them.

Shark tank India season 2 Sharks

NameCompany NameDesignationNet Worth (in dollars)Net Worth ( in rupees )
Aman GuptaBoatCMO and Co-Founder$90 Million750 crores
Amit JainCarDekhoCEO and co-founder$365 Million3000 crores
Anupam  CEO and Founder$25 Million200 crores
Namita ThapperEmcure PharmaceuticalsExecutive Director$72 Million600 crores
Peyush BansalLenkartCEO and Founder$80 Million650 crores
Vineeta SinghSugar CosmeticsCEO and Co-Founder$36 Million300 crores

Here are the top 10 investments from Shark Tank India season 2 :-

1. Padcare Lab – Founded by Ajinkya Dhariya

Ajinkya Dhariya Pitched for his startup “PadCare” The company has created sanitary waste disposal and recycling technology that sanitizes and disinfects used sanitary napkins and pads with UV light.

The company’s mission is to provide a green solution to the problem of sanitary waste management. which is a major issue in India and around the world.

  • Asked: Rs 50 lakh in exchange for 2 percent equity
  • Final investment: Rs 1 crore for 4 percent equity.
  • Sharks: Peyush Bansal, Veenita Singh, Anupam Millat, and Namita Thapar.

2. Janitri – Founded by Arun Agarwal

Mr. Arun Agarwal Pitched “Janitri,” a wearable and A.I enabled device that monitors the parameters and vitals of a mother and her unborn baby.

Janitri’s mission is to reduce the number of maternal and newborn deaths during pregnancy, delivery, and post birth. The company’s motive is rooted with the Sanskrit word “janitri” which means “mother”.

Asked:  Rs 1 crore in exchange for 2.5 percent equity

Final investment: Rs 1 crore in exchange for 2.5 percent equity (condition: if the revenue of Rs. 20 cr. is not reached in the next year then they will get additional 2.5% equity).

Sharks: Namita Thapar

3. Atypical Advantage – Founded by Vineet Saraiwala

Vineet Saraiwala Pitched his startup “Atypical Advantage”. India’s first platform for persons with disabilities launched on 11th December 2020. Bringing people from across the country together. where you can find talent, find work, and buy items like paintings and commissioned artwork.

  • Asked: Rs 30 lakhs for 1% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs 30 lakhs for 3% equity.
  • Sharks: Namitha Thapar and Aman Gupta.

4. FastBeetle – Founded by Sheikh Samiullah

Sheikh Samiullah Pitched for his startup “FastBeetle” an all purpose courier service platform that connects farmers directly with consumers. Allowing them to sell fresh locally sourced products. The company was started in 2019 by a group of college students and has seen significant growth during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Asked: Rs 90 lakhs in exchange for 3% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs 90 lakhs in exchange for 7.5% equity.
  • Sharks: Aman Gupta and Peyush Bansal.

5. Diabexy – Founded By Lokendra Tomar

Lokendra Tomar and his wife Nishu Tomar Pitched for their startup “Diabexy”. Diabexy is a Snack & food brand for people suffering from diabetes.

Diabetes is a major problem in India, and high glycemic foods raise the risk of developing it. Diabexy produces products with significantly lower glycemic indexes and is on a mission to erase diabetes from India.

The company was founded in 2020 and now has 3.5 lakh customers. Diabexy, in addition to selling low glycemic products, offers a programme led by Lokendra Kumar that teaches how to reverse diabetes without medication through proper diet and nutrition. The Diabexy website sells the programme and low carb foods.

  • Asked: Rs 1.5 cr. rupees for 1% equity.
  • Final Investment: The pitchers didn’t accept the offer.
  • Sharks:  Aman Gupta, Amit Jain, Peyush Bansal, and Namita Thapar counters offer 1.5 cr. rupees for 20% equity.

6. Portl – Founder By Indraneel Gupta

Indraneel Gupta(CEO), Armaan Kandhar(COO)i, and Vishal Chandapeta(CTO) Pitched for their startup “Portl”. Portal has created a product that combines the comfort of a home gym with the personalized attention of a personal trainer.

A “smart mirror” is an interactive mirror that offers highly personalized workouts as well as fitness and wellness solutions.

  • Asked: Rs 1.5 cr. rupees in exchange for 1% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs 1.5 cr. rupees in exchange for 2.5% equity.
  • Sharks: Aman Gupta, Namita Thapar, and Peyush Bansal.

7. OLL ( Online Live Learning ) – Founded By Shreyaan Daga

Shreyaan Daga Pitched for his startup “OLL”. OLL is a marketplace that provides students and professionals with skill development live courses. Shreyaan Daga and Koshika Mahajan started OLL in April 2021. OLL aspires to make high quality education more accessible and affordable to all.

Asked: Rs 30 lakhs rupees in exchange for 2% equity.

Final Investment: Rs 30 lakhs in exchange for 5% equity.

Sharks: Peyush Bansal and Vineeta Singh.

8. Broomees – Founded by Vaibhav Agrawal

Vaibhav Agrawal (CEO), Co-founders Niharika Jian (CSO) and Saurav Kumar (COO) Pitched for their startup “Broomees”.

A platform that connects families with verified and trusted domestic help. The platform provides a variety of services such as house cleaning, babysitting, and cooking, among others.

Vaibhav Agrawal and a team of technology and business professionals founded the platform with the goal of making it easier for families to find and hire trusted domestic help.

  • Asked: Rs 80 lakhs rupees in exchange for 2% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs 1 crore in exchange for 3% equity.
  • Sharks: Namita Thapar, and Aman Gupta, Peyush Bansal.

9. Snitch – Founded by Siddharth R Dungarwal

Siddharth Dungarwal Pitched for his startup “Snitch”. A fashionable clothing brand that sells a variety of clothing items like t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, and more.

Snitch has its own unique designs created by independent artists. They are not compromised in quality their product can be compared to any major brand on the market.

  • Asked: Rs 1.5 crore rupees in exchange for 0.5% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs in 1.5 crore exchange for 1.5% equity.
  • Sharks: Namita Thapar, Vineeta Singh, Aman Gupta, Anupam Millal and Peyush Bansal (All Sharks Deal)

10. Paradyes – Founded by Siddharth Raghuvanshi and Yushika Jolly.

Siddharth Raghuvanshi and Yushika Jolly Pitched for their startup “Paradyes”. Paradise is a brand that provides semi permanent hair dye in 20 colors to its customers.

They were founded in 2020 and their products are available on their website as well as online marketplaces such as Amazon.

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They are also available in 35+ health stores in four cities in India. The company’s Instagram community has more than 80K followers. Birds of Paradise aims to normalize hair coloring and make it as accessible as makeup to people.

  • Asked: Rs 65 lakhs in exchange for 1% equity.
  • Final Investment: Rs 65 in exchange for 2% equity.
  • Sharks: Vineeta Singh and Aman Gupta.