TORONTO, ON - APRIL 05:  Kevin O'Leary, Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban attend Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary launches symposium celebrating global entrepreneurship at Casa Loma on April 5, 2018 in Toronto, Canada.  (Photo by GP Images/Getty Images)
Where Is Kookn' Kap From Shark Tank Today?
By Stacie Adams
On “Shark Tank,” entrepreneurs Juli Deveau and Ozma Khan proudly pitched Kookn' Kap, a head covering for the kitchen that they claimed to be comfortable as well as easily washable. Having previously sold 1,729 hats, the duo asked for a $50,000 investment in exchange for 20% equity, but their product failed to impress any of the sharks.
Following their exit, the entrepreneurs followed in the footsteps of many other “Shark Tank” pitches that failed to land an investor. It seems that their business website is now defunct, their Twitter page has not been updated since 2014, and even their Facebook page features a message stating that "this content isn't available right now."
Despite the failure of Kookn' Kap, the founders seem to have found alternative careers for themselves. Deveau appears to have a new business venture related to a lip gloss brand that promises to give the wearer a boost of "je ne sais quoi," whereas Ozma Khan’s LinkedIn page lists her most recent position as a recruiter for Deloitte.