EcoFlower was a company that designed and made floral bouquets made from sustainable and recyclable materials, most notably wood. The founder of EcoFlower, Meagan Bowman, pitched her business on Shark Tank in November 2016. She went into the Tank seeing $400,000 in exchange for 10 percent equity. On Shark Tank, she made a deal with Daymond John — $400,000 for 20 percent — but the deal fell through.
In January 2017, full ownership of EcoFlower was acquired by investment company JW Capital, and Bowman went on to pursue new business ventures. On March 22, 2018, former employees took to Facebook to announce that EcoFlower had closed (see one post below). If you Google “Eco Flower” the first result is the Facebook public group, “Eco Flower Screwed Me Over.” Complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau are no longer pursuable. If consumers want to file a complain, they must do so with the Utah Division of Consumer Protection.