In the most recent teaser of Shark Tank India 2, Namita Thapar and Peyush Bansal were seen having a conflict as Lenskart CEO wanted to go solo.
The upcoming episode will showcase the founders of Tipayi- wooden balance bikes for kids, Nirmalaya- incense brand using recycled flowers from temples and DigiQureEClinic a medical e-clinic
The Sharks were highly impressed with all the pitches but DigiQureEClinic impressed them the most. Namita Thapar made an offer to the founders, however, Peyush Bansal said that he wanted to go solo and made an even more lucrative offer.
DigiQureEClinic is a telemedical company that send experienced and trained caregivers to small villages and towns where they connect patients to expert doctors in big cities virtually.
Namita Thapar and Vineeta Singh questions the founder what inspired them to start this company. The founder revealed that he was born in a small town in Madhya Pradesh and was very disturbed by the death of a house help’s daughter who died of diarrhea after she did not receive adequate treatment because of lack of facilities.
Moved by the pitch, Namita Thapar says,
“We liked the cause and want to bet on you, we want to offer ₹40 lakhs investment with 20 percent equity. But she was surprised when Peyush Bansal says,
“Main ye akele hi karna chahta hu. Main aapko paise dunga 1 crore rupaye and I will take 25 percent of the company (I want to do this on my own. I will give you 1 crore rupees and take 25 percent of the company).” But Namita tries to sway the pitcher and says,
“Isme technology se zyada network play hai (more than technology, this has network play in use).”
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Let’s see which shark seals the deal.