What makes sharks take the bait? Vineeta Singh and Namita Thapar share a USP that attracts

Vinita Singh, CEO of Sugar Cosmetics (left); Namita Thapar, CEO, Emcure Pharmaceuticals (right)


In a conversation with ET Prime, Vineeta Singh and Namita Thapar discuss the pointers they keep in mind as they evaluate participants on Shark Tank India, the deals and investments made so far, and how the show is helping to make entrepreneurship mainstream in India.

Dreams come true, and there are people who understand and support your entrepreneurial journey. This is the hope and encouragement that Shark Tank India has brought to the lives of its participants. Produced by StudioNEXT – the content creation arm of Sony Pictures Networks – the business reality show saw runaway success in its first season. And he’s back with the next release, which is getting even more attention – delivering 3x revenue growth

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