We’re returning to “Shark Tank” Friday night for an episode that originally aired in the fall, and one that has (rather unfortunately) hyped up more for its Jimmy Kimmel appearance than the actually products. We’re not going to focus much on Kimmel for this Revisited piece (he already has enough money), and instead, we’re going to make it more of a priority to highlight some of the companies who have made some strides, and all of them have, since the show.
As always with any “Shark Tank” article we do, click on any of the product names below to be directed to the official website.
Wink Frozen Desserts – What we do really like to see are businesses that go on the Tank, get some advice, and then try to do something with said advice to turn things around. Wink didn’t get a deal, and while we know that their extremely low-calorie treat (free of most allergens) also did not get glowing reviews from some of the sharks, they have expanded their line since the show and have created a few options that keep the original promises of the brand, while offering potentially a little more flavor and more than 100 calories of the pint. Ultimately, they are offering more options, which can never hurt in this business.
Savvy Naturals – One thing that we really like about their line of soap products is that since the show, they’ve not only expanded somewhat, but they’ve also made the website clearer. In particular, we’re glad to see that their food-grade materials (which is in part what makes them different from other soaps) is hyped up a little bit more.
Clean Cube – It’s interesting in that we’re not sure how well this product will work as an outsider to New York (where it has the largest market), but we suppose there could be a market for busy executives who want a more efficient way to get their chores taken care of. We love the branding and the design of their website now, but they do still have some problems in trying to appeal to the masses.
Simply Fit Board – The business got a deal with Lori Greiner, and after looking at where they are now it’s pretty easy to tell that they’ve grown leaps and bounds. Their website is cleaner, it’s easy to see what they are offering, and there are also a variety of demonstrations. Fitness is not really are thing, but it is pretty clear that this is a company on the up-and-up.
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