The Businesses and Products from Season 13, Episode 5 of Shark Tank

The Businesses and Products from Season 13, Episode 5 of Shark Tank

First into the tank is an entrepreneur from Denver, Colorado, who presents her online planning service dedicated to creating an inclusive wedding experience while also helping guests save money, travel and stress this week on "Shark Tank." Next is another Denver, Colorado, native who introduces her game-changing laundry gadget that prevents bedding from tangling, twisting and balling up; then a tech savvy entrepreneur from New Rochelle, New York, pitches his business idea which provides an unconventional way to avoid early morning meetings. A kidpreneur from Lansdowne, Pennsylvania, showcases his love of design and passion for his community with his trendy clothing brand that he hopes will inspire youth all over the world.


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Wedfuly plans and produces elaborate, engaging, and creative virtual weddings. The company allows couples to celebrate their wedding, their way, with everyone they love.

Wad-Free is the new laundry gadget changing laundry lives across the nation! As the first-ever wad preventer (aka bed sheet detangler), Wad-Free prevents sheets from tangling, twisting, and balling-up in both the washing machine and the dryer. With Wad-Free, laundry comes out cleaner, the washing machine stays balanced, and everything dries up to 75% faster with fewer wrinkles. Woman-invented and made in the USA, Wad-Free for Bed Sheets launched in June 2020. Wad-Free is quickly making its way into laundry rooms across America, saving consumers time, money, energy…and sanity! And the rest is laundry history.

Beulr is an application that allows you to be in two places at once by attending, recording, and summarizing your online meetings for you.

Run by 15-year-old Trey Brown and his mother, Sherell Peterson, SPERGO is a Philadelphia streetwear company started with the leftover money Trey received for his 12th birthday. Wanting to encourage other kids in his community to follow their dreams and do something positive, Trey created a logo and printed 16 t-shirts. He quickly sold out going from door to door at the local barbershops in his area. Trey reinvested that money and has turned SPERGO into a growing streetwear empire that has generated almost $2 Million in revenue in only 3 short years!

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