Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare is the founder of KG Agrotech.
He comes from Tarpada, a village 20 km from Malegaon in Maharashtra.
Kamlesh comes from a family of farmers and hence understands their ordeals very well. He has a brother who serves in the Indian Army, and both of them together are the embodiment of Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan. He came along with his nephew Naru and presented his pitch for the invention of a pesticide trolley spray.
Kamlesh and colleagues believe that cheap, short-term maintenance and innovative products can change the lives of every farmer in the country.
Founder Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare used a motivational anecdote to pitch his invention to Shark on Shark Tank India.
Even as there are scores of pesticide sprayers, the biggest challenge is that the equipment needs to be held on shoulders. Finding a solution to this problem, Kamlesh designed a trolley spray, where bottles can be placed along with a handle and sprayer making it user-friendly.
Kamlesh developed the product way back in 2014 after procuring scraps and continued to experiment and improve. After almost seven years he seized this golden chance to present the business plan on Shark Tank.
Before appearing on Shark Tank India, KG Agrotech was well-liked by a large number of people, but they did not receive enough attention to updating their product. Along with the idea, money is required to create a usable product, which is why the entrepreneur has come to Shark Tank India to pitch his firm.
Kamlesh Nanasaheb Ghumare alias Jugaadu Kamlesh won everyone’s heart with his new look and cheerful character in Shark Tank India.