Episode 4: Buddy

Q: Explain your Dragon's Den experience?
A: I found it to be very interesting and challenging. I felt very confident at all times and was assisted competently by all the Staff.

Q: Who was the toughest Dragon?
A: I did not feel that any in particular were tougher than others in my pitch, I did feel that both Gavin & Ramona did not entirely understand the concept of buddy, although ironically they seemed to express more knowledge than the others on GAA . Ramonas, opening comment was that she had been to many GAA matches and had never ever lost track of the scores { this I found hard to believe} and did I feel this influenced the way the den proceeded to my detriment.

Q: Were you nervous?
A: I was slightly nervous but felt very confident about my pitch and product at all times.

Q: Were you surprised by some of the questions?
A: Yes, Gavin stated that he had coached underage GAA teams and as a Bainisteoir he would be angry if his players lost track of the scores.

Q: Who was most interested in your idea?
A: Peter Casey seemed to be most interested and I felt that I should have picked up on that more.

Q: Would you have done anything differently?
A: I had much more information on potential sales volume on the product that I had prepared and did not express because I was not asked. I feel I should have expressed this anyway.


Q: Would you recommend applying for Dragon's Den to any other budding entrepreneurs?
A: Yes

Q: In five year's time where do you see your product/company?
A: I would hope to fulfil my targets and have a product well known in the marketplace with further innovative products to compliment and add sustainability to the business.

Q: What is your lasting memory of the Den?
A: Not getting investment

 

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