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WINR bet new game features would get Dragons' Den to ante up this time

Each week, Financial Post contributor Mary Teresa Bitti revisits CBC’s previous week’s episode of Dragons’ Den. We capture what the cameras didn’t and in the process provide 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


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Enter the Dragons... the Big Green Bus is waiting...

The Dragon’s Den workshop as part of the Bioenterprise module is aimed at making us think about what is required in order to start up a business (cue groans). 419 more words

Catching Up On Netflix

I don’t know why, I’ve hit a bit of a reading slump. If I had to guess, I would say that it’s probably because I’m exhausted from getting back into it at work and from the cold (and associated car troubles). 580 more words


The Taste of Dragons Den

When we think of Dragons Den, most people probably picture someone uncomfortably pitching an idea to a panel of investors, while they wait for the opportunity to tear apart any business plan in the hope of embarrassing the business owner; for no other reason than entertainment. 587 more words

Hope Blooms: Marketing a Social Enterprise after Dragons' Den Case Solution

Case Solution & Analysis for Hope Blooms: Marketing a Social Enterprise after Dragons’ Den by Margaret McKee, Ethan Pancer, Chantal Hervieux.

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Me and My Big Ideas - Inside the head of a serial entrepreneur

I seriously do not know where to start!! This sentence sums up my first blog post and my daily thought processes in general.

So many ideas, I see the beginning and the successful end, but the middle section, the doing, the content, the filling, the stuffing…. 223 more words

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