A com­pre­hen­sive look at the ben­e­fits of be­ing a Shark Tank con­tes­tant

Mr. Won­der­ful’s record isn’t—and other fod­der for on-air trash talk.

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BAR­BARA CORCORAN in­vested in Saavy Nat­u­rals in sea­son 7; the bodyscrub com­pany’s rev­enue spiked nicely two years af­ter its episode aired.

MARK CUBAN backed Reely Hooked Fish Co. in sea­son 9. The next year, com­pany rev­enue shot up 3,000 per­cent—one of the largest jumps any Shark com­pany has recorded.

LORI GREINER some­times brings her Shark Tank com­pa­nies on QVC—as she did with the ad­he­sives com­pany FiberFix, her big­gest hit on the chart below.

ROBERT HERJAVEC‘ s de­layed big hit below—sea­son 5’s Hood­iePil­low—took a few years be­fore be­com­ing his fastest-grow­ing in­vest­ment.*

DAYMOND JOHN proves the Shark Tank bump can con­tinue years af­ter episodes air. That’s the case with Bom­bas, the sea­son 6 sock startup John backed— and which is still sky­rock­et­ing.

KEVIN O’LEARY pro­vides ev­i­dence that not all Shark Tank bumps last. How­ever, some of his com­pa­nies, like sea­son 7’s 3-D card startup Love­pop, are still grow­ing.

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