Popup Play is a custom playhouse for kids. This was started by Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas in 2014. Popup Play’s net worth was $4.16 million in 2017, based on the Shark Tank deal of $250,000 as a convertible note, with a $3 million cap.
In 2017, they appeared on Season 8 of Shark Tank USA with the company’s valuation net worth of $4.16 million.
Despite getting a deal from Shark Tank, Popup Play is now out of business for unknown reasons. Popup Play ceased operations in 2019.
Popup Play Net Worth
|Net worth||Out of business (2019)|
|Annual Sales Revenue||–|
|Founder||Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas|
|Employees||8 (in 2017)|
Popup Play 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 2017 before appearing on Shark Tank||$4.16 million (business valuation)|
Popup Play Pitch on Shark Tank
|Company name||Popup Play|
|Product||Custom playhouse for kids|
|Episode||Season 08 Episode 14|
|Founders||Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas|
|Asked for||$2.5 million For 6% Equity|
|Final deal||$250,000 as a convertible note, with a $3 million cap|
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Popup Play Founders
Popup Play was founded by Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas in 2014. The Co-founders of Popup play Amelia and Bryan are dynamic entrepreneurs as well as married partners. Popup Play’s founders, Amelia Cosgrove and Bryan Thomas net worth is currently unknown.
|2017||Popup Play appeared on Shark Tank appearance and secured a deal from Chris Sacca|
|2017||Launching Popup Tech|
Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the Popup Play 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, Popup Play went out of business in 2019. And the product is no longer available in the market.