Episode 6: Darren Louet-Feisser's Response
Q: Explain your Dragon's Den experience in a couple of lines?
A: I do stand up and I thought that was nerve racking enough, here the hecklers have teeth, mikes and their own stage, and you can't make fun of them!
Q: Who was the toughest Dragon?
A: Sarah asked tough questions, she doesn't leave any stone unturned, Gavin I think likes to knock you down to see if you'll get back up, and Niall drives a hard bargin.
Q: Were you nervous?
A: For the first minute, when you walk in a see the whole set up, it takes a few seconds to take it all in, I found I was a bit shaky when I started my pitch, but I stopped for a second took a deep breath and was fine.
Q: How did you prepare?
A: My girlfriend is a bigger dragon than any of your guys, in a feisty way. Obviously, she is much better looking. I did my pitch in front of her the night before... my god did she drill me.
Q: Was it as you expected it to be?
A: I thought it looked better than the UK version! I saw Gavin on the apprentice so I expected a gruelling, and I got it!
Q: Were you surprised by some of the questions?
A: "Do you have any skeletons?" They were very interested in me and asked a lot of questions about my past.
Q: Who was most interested in your idea?
A: I think Niall and Sean saw the most potential in our company.
Q: Would you have done anything differently?
A: No I think I did as good as I could have.
Q: Has entering the den changed your perception of business in any way?
A: It made it a little more exciting.
Q: Would you recommend applying for Dragon's Den to any other budding entrepreneurs?
A: No and yes, if they're confident in their idea and have done their research then definitely, if not then they will get eaten up and spat out.
Q: What does this mean to you personally?
A: It has given us great confidence that three dragons saw us a viable business.