What happened to circadian optics after the shark tank?

During the pitch for Circadian Optics in Shark Tank, company founder Amber Leong shared her story as an immigrant from Malaysia who came to America. She noted that she received plenty of sunlight in her home country, but moving to Minnesota was a big change of environment. She joked that she only sees the sun for six months in the state, adding that she also works indoors and doesn’t get enough sunlight. That’s why she founded Circadian Optics, a line of products that cast natural light. This light helps with vitamin D production and maintaining a healthy circadian rhythm, which regulates hormones in the human body (hence the company’s name).

Given Leong’s presentation and enthusiasm for their product, all but one “shark” took the bait and Leong was presented with two different offers from two different judges. The first set, Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner, offered $750,000 for 20% equity, while Barbara Corcoran and Kevin O’Leary offered the same. At this point, Cuban and Greiner offered an additional $50,000 to go to Leong’s parents to fund their college education. Leong enthusiastically accepted the offer from Cuban and Greiner with a very noticeable positive response.

That was in 2019, how has Circadian Optics evolved since then? It turns out that a business like Circadian Optics will boom if most of the population is forced indoors for long periods of time.

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Charles Jones

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