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Dragons Den: Cordially rejected

The last time I saw Dragon’s Den was when I heard that James Caan was joining and I tuned in excitedly, expecting a Hollywood legend to be shooting applicants down in a true Mafia style. 911 more words

For the LOVE of TEA!!!

Who doesn’t LOVE TEA??

From as early as I can remember, after dinners at my Grandma’s we would always finish the night with a pot of TEA & cookies. 137 more words

Canadian Company

Shark Tank spinoff — Beyond the Tank — to chronicle startup successes and flops

Shark Tank has become a reliably popular show on one of television’s least popular nights, Fridays — so naturally, ABC wants more of it.

The network is expected to announce a companion show to the hit series about successful businesspeople, called “sharks,” competing to invest in the businesses of aspiring entrepreneurs. 384 more words


5th September 2014

I apologise for my silence this last month.  It’s partly due to being very busy with the investment pitches (which went very well indeed and we have multiple parties interested!) and also much needed holidays. 144 more words

How To Think Like an Entrepreneur: the Inventure Cycle

The Lean Startup is a process for turning ideas into commercial ventures. Its premise is that startups begin with a series of untested hypotheses. They succeed by getting out of the building, testing those hypotheses and learning by iterating and refining minimal viable products in front of potential customers. 1,238 more words

Customer Development

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Dragon's Den

DRAGON’S DEN For three years Raza has been stuck inside the Dragon’s Den, a military training facility hidden on the icy and isolated world of T’Panabar. 187 more words

Roserock Reviews

Dragons' Den rookie and former Bay Street bad boy Michael Wekerle isn't afraid to make deals

His story reads like a Hollywood screenplay — 18-year-old, wannabe rock star catches a break from a Bay Street financier if he cuts his hair and makes it back to the office in 30 minutes. 729 more words