Top 5 Excellent Pitches By Women Entrepreneurs on Shark Tank India

Women Entrepreneurs

Top 5 Excellent Pitches By Women Entrepreneurs on Shark Tank India

Womenpreneurs are the emerging diamonds of the Indian business ecosystem. Challenging the feudality of society concerning their capabilities and working exuberantly for the upliftment of the people around them, women entrepreneurs have taken the charge of their lives. It isn’t that male entrepreneurs are not working on the same ethos, but we all know it is much more challenging and petrifying for women to start businesses from scratch.

The first-ever business show in India, Shark Tank India turned out to be an immense supporter of women entrepreneurs. We saw so many inspiring small business women leaving the gates with their dream paychecks and big smiling faces. Especially the women sharks, Mrs. Vineeta Singh and Mrs. Namita Thapar were seen heartily motivating these women to excel in what they have dreamt.
Today we will discuss all the exemplary pitches made by women entrepreneurs from two magnificent seasons of Shark Tank India and imbibe immense motivation from them. Make sure to check their pitches on social media platforms and let us know which one was straight up your alley of motivation.

How Shark Tank India Respected the Massive Contribution of Women Entrepreneurs

Both seasons turned out to be a huge success for the women entrepreneurs and we saw many of them cracking lucrative deals from the sharks. So let’s take a look at the top five businesswomen who made a dynamic splash on the show.

Uma and Kalpana Jha, JhaJi Store

Right from the heart of Darbhanga city in Bihar, the sister-in-law duo of Kalpana Jha and Uma Jha stole hearts with their simplicity and passion to follow their infatuation for Bihari pickles, chutneys, and savories. With their ancestral pickle recipes and a blend of secret traditional ingredients, their brand JhaJi is vocal about the vibrancy of Bihar and its rich food culture. Although they were not able to grab a deal on the platform, sharks Vineeta Singh and Namita Thapar traveled all the way to Bihar to join hands with JhaJi. Both the sharks collectively invested in their business and presented an investment cheque of INR 85 lakhs.

Parul Gulati, Nish Hair India

A recent internet sensation for all righteous reasons, the actor, model, and entrepreneur Ms. Parul Gulati graced season 2 of Shark Tank with her brand Nish Hair, a brand that makes easy-to-go hair extensions for women. The way Parul Gulati presented her story of struggles and fantabulous entrepreneurial aura with magnificent sales numbers, all the sharks were left with the utmost admiration. Her execution skills and futuristic vision were the ice-breaking moments. Hence, the new shark in the town, Mr. Amit Jain closed the deal with Parul Gulati for 1 crore at 2% equity for her brand Nish Hair.

Rhea and Yashoda Karuturi, Hoovu Fresh

Two young and talented women entrepreneurs Rhea and Yashoda created a sensation for their unique business idea. Hoovu Fresh is an online platform that offers fresh flowers via a subscription model. Not only this, they developed a technology through which the freshness of flowers can be maintained for seven days which was their USP. The duo was able to crack a deal for themselves from energetic sharks Aman Gupta and Peyush Bansal of INR 1 crore for 2% equity.

Aakriti and Poonma Rawal, House of Chikankari

Bringing the popular Chikankari clothing style from the city of Lucknow, the mother-daughter duo of Aakriti and Poonam Rawal entered the Shark Tank platform with their brand, House of Chikankari which offers an excellent collection of ethnic and indo-western kurta sets, kurta pajamas, palazzos, and strappy tops amongst others. What attracted the sharks most was the purpose attached to their brand – empowering the marginalized people of society by giving them employment opportunities. The duo also talked about employing their house help in their business operations and supporting the education of their children as well. Impressed by this ideology sharks Aman Gupta and Peyush Bansal offered the duo INR 75 lakhs at 3.75% equity.

Auli Lifestyle by Aishwarya Biswas

Lastly, we have the Ayurvedic skincare brand Auli founded by Aishwarya Biswas from Kolkata. The lady talked about the necessity of having idealistic, authentic, and result-guaranteed Ayurvedic skincare products made for the Indian climate and Indian skin. Aishwarya Biswas talked about the serenity of pampering oneself with a sense of indulgence and wellness. She also talked about the satirical dispositions she had to face during her entrepreneurial journey as a woman. Shark Namita Thapar knew that the lady had some spark in both her vision and persistence. Hence she invested 75 lakhs in Aishwarya’s brand Auli at an equity share of 15%.

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