Ink Flip is an ink refill service. This was started by Andy Sperry in 2008. Ink Flip’s net worth was $750,000 at the time of their pitch in 2009 based on the $150,000 offer for 20% of equity of the company.
They appeared on Season 1 of Shark Tank USA in 2009. However, the Sharks were not interested in investing in Ink Flip.
Ink Flip could not secure from Shark Deal, yet continued to carry on the business. However, there were several obstacles, and the company came to an end in 2010. Ink Flip is no longer available in the market.
Ink Flip Net Worth
|Net worth||$750,000 business valuation (2009)|
|Annual Sales Revenue||–|
Ink Flip Net Worth Timeline
|Net Worth 2023||Out of business|
|Net Worth 2022||Out of business|
|Net Worth 2021||Out of business|
|Net Worth 2020||Out of business|
|Net worth valuation in 2009 before appearing on Shark Tank||$750,000 (business valuation)|
Ink Flip Pitch on Shark Tank
|Company name||Ink Flip|
|Product||Ink refill service|
|Episode||Season 01 Episode 11|
|Asked for||$150,000 for 20% equity|
|Final deal||No deal|
Ink Flip Founder
Andy Sperry founded Ink Flip in 2008. Andy is a former employee of Corporate America. Even though Ink Flip wasn’t a massive success, Andy developed his entrepreneurial skills over the years. Currently, he is working as the Chief Operating Officer of Renew Co., where he has worked for over a decade. Ink Flip’s founder Andy Sperry’s net worth is currently unknown.
|2009||They appeared on Shark Tank season 1|
Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the Ink Flip was one of them. Sometimes businesses don’t succeed because of many reasons. Sometimes, the deal falls through after the founders say yes on camera. Or, as you’ll see, sometimes things happen to the founders themselves, and they choose to abandon the business. Anything is possible. However, Ink Flip went out of business in 2010. And the product is no longer available in the market.