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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.