Tank Stream Celebrates ‘Shark Tank’ Success And Launches ‘Shark Edition’ Of Seed Money
- Tank Stream launched ‘Shark Edition’ for tech start ups to pitch to leading entrepreneurs
- Included Tank Stream Labs Entrepreneur in Residence and Channel 10’s, Shark Tank panelist, Andrew Banks. Please see link for photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/vCwEj1DYej8Z1wqN9
- Leading tech hub ‘Tank Stream Labs’, expands into new $35 million Sydney Start Up Hub
- Voted #1 co-working space in Australia. Now has more than 400 start up operations, 550 members and raised more than $300M
Leading Australian tech and co-working hub, Tank Stream Labs launched a “Shark Edition” of the Seed Money event where four tech startups pitched to a panel sharks including Tank Stream Labs Entrepreneur in Residence and Channel 10’s, Shark Tank panelist, Andrew Banks.
The panelists also included Edwina Sharrock, Birth Beat founder and Tank Stream Labs & Slingshot HCF Catalyst Program Alumni who will be featuring on the final episode of Shark Tank and James Willis, owner & founder of The Mason Baker, who appeared live in Shark Tank and received investment from Andrew Banks and Naomi Simson.
Tank Stream Labs COO, Yaron Rudman, said the event was designed to provide our members and networks the opportunity to pitch their businesses to leading Australian entreprenuers, refine their pitch to potential investors while at the same time getting feedback that may be vital to the success of the business.
“We invited start up businesses across our members and networks to submit a 10 slide pitch for consideration and four businesses were selected across a range of sectors to pitch on the night,” Yaron Rudman added.
This event was also an opportunity to hear from Tank Stream Labs Alumni and Birth Beat founder Edwina Sharrock who successfully attracted a $200,000 investment from Boost Juice founder Janine Allis for a 10% stake in her business.
“The success of Edwina and Birthbeat has been incredibly inspiring story for Tank Stream members scaling up their own businesses and beginning to pitch to investors,” Yaron Rudman said.
The four start up businesses who presented to our panelists of ‘Shark Edition’ included:
- Kirsten Kore – Founder, Designerex – Designer Clothes on Demand: Compare and rent your next designer dress from individual and business lenders.
- Angus Scutt – Founder, Oaklas – Retail reimagined: Make bid offers on online store products
- Tess van der Rijt – Founder, Private Patient Connect. Find a surgeon at the price, availability and location which best suits you.
- Steve Waiz & Majd Elmashharawi, Rawfor The smartest way to resolve and manage issues for Facilities Managers and Construction Managers
This event is made possible by the generous support of Jobs for NSW, Slingshot & The Veneto Group.
“It is incredibly important that Tank Stream Labs can support our members through the pitch and investor phase and the opportunity to both hear the success stories of others and pitch to a leading panel is invaluable,” Tank Stream Labs, CEO, Brad Delamare concluded.