Shark Tank India Registration for Season 3 is already open. The announcement came with a hilarious pitch about the benefits of nepotism in the business world and why not everyone has it. All registrations will open exclusively at Sony LIV starting June 3rd.The Sharks have spent an astounding amount of money over the past two seasons ¥800 million people across 103 companies. (Also read: Shark Tank’s Vineeta Singh recalls moving to Mumbai ¥23 years old salary 10000)
The new promo is set at an awards ceremony where a businessman is honored for his work. He counted the “challenges” he faced early in his career, starting with the lakhs of rupees his father and uncle gave him. Those around him were a little confused as to whether there was a self-made quality to his success. An attendant at the event told the camera that unlike the winners, not everyone gets money and sponsorship from relatives. For such people, Shark Tank is a good place to start.
Step 1: Apply Online
Download or update the Sony LIV app or log into Sonyliv.com to fill out the Shark Tank India Season 3 registration form. Write an engaging description of your business idea, highlighting its uniqueness and potential. If your idea catches the attention of the Shark Tank India team, you will move on to the next step.
Step 2: Referral
You can upload your three-minute video pitch and convince the Shark Tank India team that your business idea is worth their investment. Show what makes you unique and why you are poised to succeed.
Step 3: Audition
Those who pass the initial selection face a rigorous audition process. Present your business idea to the Shark Tank India team who will assess your potential and narrow down the candidates to the most promising candidates. This audition is a crucial step in realizing your ambitions in the entrepreneurial world.
Step 4: Shark Tank India
Selected participants, known as pitchers, will enter the tank and face the famous Sharks team. These experienced investors will evaluate, analyze and quote your final pitch.
Sharks from the first two seasons included Ashneer Grover, Aman Gupta, Vineeta Singh, Anupam Mittal, Peyush Bansal, Amit Jain, Namita Thapar and Ghazal Alagh.