Thursday, April 21

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Inch Bug on Shark Tank

 Adjustable Juice Box Holder and Labels- Episode 723 - April 22, 2016

Inch Bug MyDrinky and Orbit Labels
InchBug MyDrinky Cups and Orbit Labels
Seen on Shark Tank Episode 723
 If there were ever a new Shark Tank product already having a Shark's investment written all over it before a new episode's released, the InchBug Brand would be at the top of the list. Not only will the InchBug MyDrinky adjustable juice box holders and customized labels appear on the next Brand New Shark Tank in Episode 723 this Friday night, they just announced a deal with the national baby retail chain Buy Buy Baby.

The entrepreneur starting the InchBug Brand back in 2005, is Brenda Lee Feldman from Austin, Texas, who'll be appearing in this episode of the Shark Tank. Brenda Lee took her original invention of the Orbital Labels and turned it into a Brand now covering dozens of baby related products. The website already shows it's now an Official Shark Tank product and always good to see, with or without a Sharks investment. But in this case, there's something a little more polished than most websites and looks (at least to me) like the Sharks might already be involved with this company.

made by Inch Bug

The Insider Journal just did an excellent interview with Brenda Lee about InchBug prior to Her appearance on the Shark Tank Show. Along with breaking the news about InchBug products deal with Buy Buy Baby, (owned by Bed Bath and Beyond) they also discussed the business financials. What's the one question all Sharks or any investor wants to know about an investment? How much debt does the company owe? In the InchBug Baby Brands case, they're completely debt free with no outside funding thus far. Obviously, if the Sharks invested in the business before it's episode aired on TV, then she's obligated not to include an investment from the Sharks at that time. Either way, this company has everything already in place to become a phenomenally Successful Shark Tank product.

InchBug Reviews before Shark Tank Episode 723

While my children's days using a sippy cup and juice boxes are long gone, one review about the InchBug MyDrinky Cup certainly brought back memory's and wished this was invented long ago. The review-in-part is as follows, "After two weeks of my toddler turning juice boxes into sprinkler systems in my house and truck I broke down and bought the MyDrinky Cup. Best thing ever". Yep,, that certainly brings back a few unforgettable memories. One time it was the entire box my kid's decided to turn into squirt guns I remember most. While they thought it was funny and having a good time, me not so much after realizing why they were laughing so much.

Watch the InchBug MyDrinky Cups and the Orbit Labels on the next Shark Tank in Episode 723, April 22, 2016, and see if the Sharks invest in this Baby Brand Business or it's still 100% debt free with no outside investors.

Inch Bug Website


  1. This is a great article. It reminded me of an experience I had with an invention that was related to this, something that can generate wealth. I was thinking about inventing a fishing lure that people can use or a wine storage but not sure yet. Love this post though, hope your inventions come out to serve for the greater good.