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How Dragons’ Den Hatches True Entrepreneurship

On the surface, CBC’s Dragons’ Den is a seven-minute opportunity for an entrepreneur to showcase their startup. The benefits of the exposure is undeniable, but what most people don’t see in the opportunity is that the show provides for entrepreneurs to push their limits and live the true elements of what entrepreneurship is all about. 75 more words

Startups

Dragons.

It was a scary day – I woke up at 6.00 with this unpleasant feeling of fear in my stomach. All I wanted is to be in a future, to close my eyes and to find myself in my bed but after the presentation. 158 more words

Dragon's Den learnings

Dragon’s Den was very nerve wracking to say the least!

Once I got to class and saw how many dragons there were I got really nervous. 245 more words

Snowboarder Jason Mason's denim outerwear gets the attention of Jim Treliving, but growth might be a problem

Each week, Financial Post contributor Mary Teresa Bitti revisits CBC’s previous week’s episode of Dragons’ Den. She captures what the cameras didn’t and in the process provides a case study for readers, zeroing in on what pitchers and dragons were thinking and what the challenges for the deal are going forward. 859 more words

Entrepreneur

Snowboarder Jason Mason's denim outerwear gets the attention of Jim Treliving, but growth might be a problem

Each week, Financial Post contributor Mary Teresa Bitti revisits CBC’s previous week’s episode of Dragons’ Den. She captures what the cameras didn’t and in the process provides a case study for readers, zeroing in on what pitchers and dragons were thinking and what the challenges for the deal are going forward. 860 more words

Entrepreneur

3 months on from Dragons Den - Made in the UK

3 months on from Dragon’s Den –  2 steps in the right direction and 10 steps backwards

OK so in the last blog we discussed the night of Dragons Den itself and how manic the night and following nights were. 1,216 more words

Children's Start-Ups: Long-lasting Trail-blazers or Unsustainable Novelties?

By Amy 

This summer Lost My Name, a Children’s publishing start-up, received a record investment in BBC’s Dragon’s Den. The company’s entrepreneurial foursome achieved a £100,000 investment for just 4% of their business, giving the business a valuation of £2.5 million. 605 more words

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