About Switch Witch
Switch Witch helps parents have the kids put their candy in their bowl and then trade out the candy for a toy gift after reading the kids a bedtime story from their children's book. Their is a doll that comes with the book.
The Switch Witch leaves, and a gift is left. They manufactured in the United States and retailed for $29.95, selling 850 units the first year, with most online. They had $15,000 in sales during the first season which is one month.
Rob Bouley speaks to the size of the industry, but he is only focused on a tiny amount of the market.
Switch Witch Episode Data
- Company: Switch Witch
- Entrepreneurs: Rob Bouley and Lara Riley
- Ask: $55,000 for 25% equity
- Episode Season 7 Episode 705
- Companies in this episode:
- Mark Cuban
- Daymond John
- Kevin O'Leary
- Lori Greiner
- Robert Herjavec
- First Aired: 04/10/2014
What do the Shark Tank Investors say about Switch Witch?
- Mark Cuban – believes that something like this needs to be viral on it's own. He hasn't heard of it. He thinks they are trying to hard. he is out.
- Daymond John – thinks this could be a hobby, that could grow into something, but it is too early. He is out.
- Kevin O'Leary – thinks they should take the Q from what happened in Salem and burn it like the witches. He is out.
- Lori Greiner – sees this as a one night, one time thing. She is out.
- Robert Herjavec – loves halloween and giving candy, he can't get behind it. He is out.
Switch Witch after Shark Tank
Switch Witch continues to sell online, despite not getting a deal from the Sharks. They are marketing leading up to Halloween on Facebook and other avenues, but they have not released any other products to take their business aways from being focused only one the one day a year.