Shark Tank India: Peyush Bansal Shares Update On ‘Jugaadu Kamlesh’s’ Hand-Drawn Cart; ‘Initiated A Process Of Design And Consumer Validation

Shark Tank India’s Judge Peyush Bansal shares an important update on Jugaadu Kamlesh’s hand-drawn cart

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Shark Tank India: Peyush Bansal Shares Update On ‘Jugaadu Kamlesh’s’ Hand-Drawn Cart; ‘Initiated A Process Of Design And Consumer Validation

Remember ‘Jugaadu Kamlesh’ aka Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare a contestant from Shark Tank India, who with his honesty, hard work, and vision, won hearts in the show?. Yes, we are talking about that hardworking Kamlesh, whose every pitch made everyone emotional. Maharashtra-based young entrepreneur’s pitch of a hand-drawn cart became one of the highlights of the show and it was labelled as the ‘Pitch Of The Season.’ Kamlesh’s motive behind the product was to help poor farmers in their day-to-day activities, his intentions not only won millions of hearts but also impressed Peyush Bansal.

The show wrapped up long before but many people want to know what Kamlesh has been up to these days. Now, the CEO and founder of Lenskart Peyush Bansal has shared an important update linked to him and also revealed what it will take to make his cart more functional. Peyush took to his Instagram handle and shared a post answering all the questions related to Jugaadu Kamlesh. 

He wrote, "Everyone I meet these days has one question....what is update on Kamlesh from @sharktank.india? While I don't believe in talking about things till we achieve something, because of popular demand...here is a quick update... We have initiated a process of design and consumer validation of the cart with help of a team of professional Industrial designers. Design Team visited Malegaon and nearby farms, spent time with different farmers and different crops."

Not only this, but Bansal also shared the concerns associated with the product and what steps need to be followed in the process. He went on and wrote, “Next steps: Find creative solutions to these problems, do design optimisations and go back and test again. Some pics attached. Hope it helps to keep the momentum and hopes high :) Will keep you posted !!! Cheers."

For the unversed, one of the Sharks on the show Peyush Bansal invested Rs. 30 lakhs in Kamlesh’s cart by giving him Rs. 10 lakh in return for 40 percent equity. ALSO READ: From Peyush Bansal To Anupam Mittal, The NET WORTH Of 'Shark Tank India' Judges Will Make Your Jaw Drop

 


Image Source: Instagram/Peyush Bansal