Shark Tank India is about to return for a second season. Continue reading to find out how to sign up for the entrepreneur-focused reality show.
Shark Tank Season 1 made quite a stir when it first aired in India last year. Guess what, the entrepreneur-focused reality show is back for a second season, and we can’t wait. Sony TV’s official social media accounts announced today, April 30, that registrations for Shark Tank India Season 2 have begun. The new promotion encourages entrepreneurs to apply for the reality show. So, what are you still waiting for?
REGISTRATIONS FOR SHARK TANK 2 ARE NOW OPEN!
Shark Tank Season 1 was a huge success. It is now set to return with the second season, and we are all very excited. Registration for Shark Tank Season 2 is now open. Sony TV’s official Instagram account shared a new promo with the caption, “Are you an aspiring business owner? If so, this is your chance to make it big in the business world! Registration for #SharkTankIndiaSeason2onSony is now open. To register your business idea, download/update the SonyLIV app. The link is in the bio. Registration for #SharkTankIndia is now open (sic).”
WHO WERE THE SHARK TANK INDIA 1 INVESTORS?
Established entrepreneurs in India, such as Ashneer Grover, founder and managing director of BharatPe, Vineeta Singh, CEO and co-founder of SUGAR Cosmetics, Peyush Bansal, founder and CEO of Lenskart.com, Namita Thapar, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Anupam Mittal, founder and CEO of Shaadi.com, Ghazal Alagh, co-founder and chief mama of Mamaearth, Aman Gupta remains to be seen whether they will return as the sharks for Season 2 or not.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT SHARK TANK
Some entrepreneurs are chosen to make business presentations to a panel of five investors on Shark Tank. These investors are known as sharks, and they will ultimately decide whether or not to invest in their company. Investors frequently identify flaws and flaws in an entrepreneur’s business presentation. Some, on the other hand, are gentle and soft. The investors, also known as sharks, are paid as cast members of the show, but the money they invest in a company must be their own.