‘Shark Tank’: The show’s 5 most successful investments

Following an appearance on   Shark Tank, Groovebook garnered close to 50,000   subscribers and, in 2014, was bought by Shutterstock for a whopping $14,500,000. Coinage, Time Inc.’s personal finance video company, is rounding up the top five investments the Sharks have made in their   eight-season run. Buggy Beds is now sold in more than 23 countries around the globe and is estimated to have racked up $1,200,000 in sales last year. Sharks — wealthy entrepreneurs looking for new products and businesses to invest in — get the job done on   Shark Tank. Each of the five Sharks invested in a   proactive means of defeating the wrath of bed bugs, known, fittingly, as Buggy Beds. Next up is Groovebook, a photo app that helps users to   organize mobile photos into a scrapbook each month.  
Watch the video above to see what else made the list. They split   $250,000 for 25 percent equity. Tipsy Elves raked in about $8 million in revenue last year alone. Tipsy Elves, of which   Robert Herjavec now owns a 10 percent equity stake after having paid $100,000, is an ugly sweater distributor. Show Full Article This one was split by Kevin O’Leary and Mark Cuban who paid $150,000 for 80 percent of the licensing profits.