Maria Luna and Hector Rodriguez invented a payment and tipping app called Bravo and pitched it on the televised entrepreneurship competition, which is judged by a team of successful businesspeople.
“Bravo is a seamless payment solution that allows you to find and pay anyone,” said Luna, the co-founder, and CEO.
They were seeking a $150,000 investment in exchange for a 5 percent stake in their business. Three of the judges passed, but businessman Mark Cuban and inventor Lori Greiner agreed to invest if Luna and Rodriguez would increase the equity to 14 percent, which they did.
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