How many contestants went in front of the Shark’s on the Shark Tank in Season #3?
There was a total of 60 contestants featured on the show.
How many contestants were able to make a deal with a Shark?
Out of the 60 businesses, idea’s and products featured on the show, 27 walked away accepting at least one Sharks offer. Around 1/4 of these deals fell apart during the Due Diligence phase and the Sharks and/or the Contestant’s withdrew before signing the official contract.
What was the total dollar amount all the Sharks combined invested for all of Season 3?
A combined total of $,4,485,000.00 was invested from all the Sharks on Season 3 of the Shark Tank.
What was the average The Shark’s invested in a business?
This averages out to $166,111.11 per deal invested in a business with the Sharks.
What Shark Made The Most Deals in Season 3?
Mark Cuban by a long shot. Out of all the 27 deals completed, Mark invested in at least 14 of company’s.
How Much did Mark Cuban Invest In All The Shark Tank Contestants Businesses?
Mark invested $1,895,000.00 combined in all 14 ventures. At one point half way through Season 3, Cuban was involved in 6 new deals in a row. This is an “All Time Record” for The Shark Tank.
Who Made the Second Most Deals with the Entrepreneurs of Season 3?
Barbara Corcoran picked some good winner’s and invested in 6 new companies. Corcoran’s total investment was $600,000.00 for the entire season.
The 3rd Most Deals Completed?
The 3rd place is a tie between Daymond John and Lori Greiner investing in 5 new companies each. As far as the money invested into new businesses, Greiner just edged out John with a $575,000.00 total investment while John invested $515,000.00.
The 4th Place Shark?
Robert Herjavec started Season 3 really strong by making the first two deals. He however only made two other deals during the entire of Season 3 and completing a total of 4 deals. Herjavec invested a grand total of $380,000.00 in the Shark Tank businesses..
Who Gets The Last Place of All The Sharks Featured on Season 3?
Kevin O’Leary takes the honors of the least active Shark on the Shark Tank Season 3. O’Leary only completed one deal on his own for a cool quarter million and other deal with Mark Cuban for another $250k. It appears that when O’Leary does decide to invest in a new company, he has a much higher dollar percentage, per deal, then most of the other Sharks. No matter how much he invests, the show just wouldn’t be the same without Mr. Wonderful.