Jash and Pashmi Shah pitched their protein-rich ice cream business Get-A-Way to the Sharks last season and pleased them.

Shark Tank India Season 2: The popular reality show has helped many entrepreneurs by investing in a variety of businesses to help them expand and achieve new heights. Get-A-Way, one of the well-known enterprises, experienced growth after Sharks spent 1 crore on the ice cream brand the previous season.

Last season, Jash Shah and Pashmi Shah presented their protein-rich ice cream brand and pleased the Sharks. Vineeta and Aman Gupta invested in the company and assisted the entrepreneurs in making the ice cream brand widely known among consumers.

Malaika Arora Khan invested in the company and became a Get-A-Way brand ambassador in January of this year.

Jash and Pashmi stated before going on Shark Tank India Season 1 that their revenue was 2.5 crores, which climbed to 8 crores after Sharks invested in their company.

The entrepreneurs recently returned to Shark Tank India Season 2 to share their success story with the audience. They said that after being featured on Shark Tank and receiving financing from Vineeta and Aman Gupta, their ice creams became ‘out of stock’ in all locations.

We used to supply our rich protein ice creams to four cities, but after Shark Tank, we grew our business to 45 locations with 160 cloud kitchens and more than 50 staff, they claimed.

During the next two years, we hope to open approximately 350 cloud kitchens in various cities, according to Jash Shah, who also expressed gratitude to the Sharks for investing in our company and providing us with an idea.

Aman Gupta assisted us in connecting with several restaurants, and Vineeta taught us about organizational structure management,” they continued.

Jash and Pashmi further stated that their mother Jimmy Shah launched the company in 2018, making ice cream healthy by including whey protein. After being inspired by their mother, they began creating their own sugar-free icream and raised ten lakh rupees from family members to create the guilt-free dessert brand.