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Shark Tank India: Srijan's AI Venture Secures Investment Amid Heartfelt Connection

Shark Tank India's third season has captured the attention of viewers nationwide, showcasing the entrepreneurial spirit thriving among Indians. With numerous startups presenting their innovative ideas, the show serves as a platform for aspiring entrepreneurs to secure investments from the Sharks.


In a recent episode of the show, Srijan, an AI engineer, captivated the Sharks with his groundbreaking idea of offering AI models to companies at a significantly lower cost than traditional methods.


Srijan's pitch centered around his business model, highlighting how his company not only reduces costs for clients but also makes advanced AI technologies more accessible to a wider audience. Seeking a ₹25 lakh investment in exchange for a 10% stake in the company, Srijan valued his venture at ₹2.5 crores.


During the presentation, Srijan revealed his status as the sole entrepreneur of this business in the country, with just one global competitor. He showcased samples of his AI models, demonstrating their functionality to the Sharks. The Sharks probed him with questions regarding unit economics, scalability, and other relevant aspects. Aman, one of the Sharks, delved into Srijan's motivation behind launching the company.


In a poignant moment, Srijan opened up about his emotional connection with his late grandfather, who passed away in 2021. Amid a strained relationship in recent years, Srijan shared that his grandfather's last advice to him was to 'be a job-giver.'


This heartfelt revelation struck a chord with the Sharks, particularly Aman, who shared a similar bond with his own grandfather. The pitch concluded with an offer from Sharks Anupam, Amit, and Ritesh, collectively proposing ₹25 lakhs for a 10% stake in Srijan's company, valuing it at ₹2.5 crores. Srijan graciously accepted the offer.



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