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Getting five offers on the table is a rarity on “Shark Tank.” But for entrepreneurs Anna Stork and Andrea Sreshta, persuading the Sharks to believe in their product was a seamless effort.

In 2010, after the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, graduate students Stork and Sreshta were asked to design a product to help with relief efforts.

“One of the things we saw was that there was a real need for solar lighting on the ground after the earthquake, so we designed a solar inflatable…


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