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Amazon has launched a Shark Tank store

By Dan Wilson October 16, 2018 - 11:21 am

Amazon has launched a store section specifically related to the American business programme called Shark Tank.

Shark Tank is the American equivalent to Dragons’ Den where entrepreneurs and inventors pitch to investors and try and persuade them of the validity of their business idea or brand new product so they can take it to market. The Amazon Shark Tank shop concept is all about making those products available and the selection, as a result, is rather eccentric.

You can check out the Amazon Shark Tank store here.

The selection of goods they currently have on offer include around 70 items that received funding in the TV show’s first 9 seasons. They say that new products from current seasons that are available on broadcast will appear for sale in the future. In a specific innovation, Amazon shoppers can sort and filter products based on how many sharks provided backing and the amount of funding they offered.

For the first time ever, ‘Shark Tank’ has a store on Amazon.com dedicated to helping our entrepreneurs scale their businesses and highlight top products from the show. We are excited for the Amazon Launchpad Shark Tank Collection to bring products from our entrepreneurs to retail for customers and fans of the series.
– Barbara Corcoran, investor

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