In the forthcoming episode of Shark Tank India 2, judge Amit Jain will bid INR 5 crore to the startup company UnStop, which was created by Ankit Aggarwal. In a newly published teaser, Sugar Cosmetics CEO Vineeta Singh is heard calling Amit’s offer the “highest bid” in the show’s annals.
Promo for Shark Tank India 2 has panelists taking in presentations from UnStop, Blue Tea, and Gavin Paris. The three pitches will get a lot of consideration from the show’s “sharks,” called judges.
Ankit Aggarwal’s “UnStop” will, nevertheless, steal the show in the next episode of Shark Tank India 2. CarDekho CEO Amit Jain has made the highest offer to the founder, at INR 5 crore for 10% stock. According to Vineeta Singh, the offer is likely the largest investment made in both seasons of Shark Tank India.
The Delhi-based firm UnStop is in the business of finding and hiring top-notch employees. The company’s first target market is recent college grads who are having trouble landing satisfying employment. As a result of the widespread lack of available jobs, Ankit Aggarwal has created a platform to help those who are in a bind. Since its start, “UnStop” has amassed tens of thousands of active users. It’s a great resource for those looking for work to post their resumes and connect with potential employers.
Ankit Aggarwal, according to reports, has no intention of accepting Amit Jain’s offer. The combined arrangement proposed by Aman Gupta, Anupam Mittal, Namita Thapar, and Amit Jain will be finalized at a later date, after extensive talks. The judges’ investment of 2 crores represents 4% ownership.
When the creators of “Blue Tea” disclose their company as the “global leaders,” the sharks will be completely taken aback. The sales presentation for the urban apparel company Gavin Paris is up next. The founders’ sophisticated in-house marketing and equity division will wow the panel. The Shark Tank India 2 judges were dismayed to learn from the commercial that the entrepreneur controls 100% of the company and pays his staff on a commission basis. He was labeled “unfair” by Anupam Mittal.