Shark Tank India has been airing for a couple weeks now and the attention it has gathered is commendable. Snarky comments from the judges or, as they like to call themselves, the Sharks have been catching the public’s attention since day 1.
However, we have to admit that the Sharks have definitely provided some extremely good advice to young entrepreneurs as well as have made their significant investments towards their companies that will serve as the push they need. Representing some of the most prolific companies in the country, the Sharks have made their presence felt as business tycoons but exactly how much of these companies do they own? Let us see.
The Sharks are inspiring and are examples of smart business ideas and decisions. The show is providing a platform to many entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas and hence, advertise their products to the entire country.
It remains a hope that the Sharks’ life and the show’s impact inspire many more young entrepreneurs and hence, bring forth new innovations.
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