Registration for Shark Tank India Season 2 has already begun, inviting budding entrepreneurs across the country to pitch their ideas and get the best deals.
Shark Tank India is the Indian adaptation of ‘Shark Tank’, a popular American business reality television series. Shark Tank India premiered on Sony Entertainment Television in December 2021 and aired 35 episodes. The show became an instant hit due to its unique format and the popularization of startup culture in India.
This show allows aspiring entrepreneurs to market their products as well as showcase their business model to investors and national and international audiences. In order to secure investment deals, entrepreneurs prepare and present creative 5-minute pitches to a panel of investors.
Known as sharks, the investors are successful business owners and experts in their respective fields. As a result, these investors provide startup owners with funds and mentorship in exchange for a share of their equity or debt-funding opportunities.
A total of 62,000 businsses registered for Shark Tank India’s first season, out of which 198 pitched their innovative ideas and only 67 received investment deals. The total amount invested by the investors in startups was Rs 41.98 crores.
There were 7 sharks in Shark Tank India’s first season, each contributing knowledge, expertise, and financial resources to the startups.
Shark Tank India registration for Season 2 has begun, and this is your chance to showcase your business venture.
The registration process involves the following steps:
Shark Tank India is an excellent opportunity for startup owners who want to scale their businesses and expand their markets but lack the resources to do so.🔥22
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