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Dragons' Den Special Holiday Episode

The lesson here to future entrepreneurs – going on Dragons’ Den is not like going to the bank with a pitch for a business. At the bank, all you want, or can expect to get, is money. On Dragons’ Den, the coveted deal includes expertise.

Dragons' Den Episode 9

I particularly liked the deal made last night on Dragons’ Den (if you haven’t seen it yet, click here to watch it online). There was another deal made during the show, between Clayton Hollingsworth and Brett Wilson, for $5000 ($500 of which Clayton received before he left the set), but while Clayton was providing a […]

Review of Dragons' Den Episode 8

Two dragons compete for a deal on Episode 8 of CBC’s Dragons’ Den – read the review of the deal here.

Dragons' Den Episode 8

I watched the first section of tomorrow night’s episode of Dragons’ Den and really enjoyed it. The first pitch of the episode is for a strong business that made a crucial mistake – they over-valued their business. While they have strong sales and a growing business, the founder of the company forgot to pay himself […]

Dragons’ Den – Episode 6 Review

Apparently I’m not very good at predicting deals. My last article in which I predicted who would get a deal went flat with me guessing wrong on both counts. However, I can still review an episode, so here we go. Note, if you have not yet watched the episode, do that now, and then come […]

Dragon's Den Episode 5

I just finished watching the fifth episode of Dragon’s Den – if you missed it last night, you can watch it on the CBC website. Note that this article will include spoilers, so if you haven’t watched it yet, do that first. Then please come back and read this. As is usual for the show, […]

Most Common Mistakes on Dragon's Den

I’m a fan of a show here in Canada called Dragon’s Den, where entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to a panel of dragons hoping for an investment. The catch is that the entrepreneur must get at least as much as they are asking for, or they get nothing. The most common mistake I’ve seen, and it […]