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. 926 more words
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Women have an increasing role in business and yet all day I’ve heard reports on the radio highlighting a distinct pay divide that remains.
One thing for certain is that the opportunities of education and development that are offered to men are, on the most part, now also offered to women. 492 more words
This week on Dragon’s Dens … a growing business model that highlights niche markets. The business seeking capital on the Den wants to match farmers to fertile land in a matchmaking business where buyers and sellers identify themselves. 502 more words
Doug Richard is the founder and chairman of Library House and one of the original Dragons in the BBC 2′s Dragons’ Den. An experienced entrepreneur and investor in the technology and software sectors, both in the US and in the UK, Doug is highly respected for his no nonsense style and understanding of the secrets of raising finance for new businesses.
Dragons’ Den and Shark Tank are the top two shows on my must-watch list (followed closely by Blue Bloods) and in an attempt to work on my summarizing skills, I’d like to highlight a few things from each episode moving forward. 455 more words