Dragons' Den Auditions January 29th At Trent University

photo via CBC Dragons' Den website   

photo via CBC Dragons' Den website


Auditions for CBC's hit show Dragons' Den take place January 29th at Trent University, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Lady Eaton College, The Pit Parking Lot M. Producers are also accepting online applications.

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PtboPics: People Auditioning At Trent University To Be On CBC Show "Dragons' Den"

If you live in Peterborough and surrounding area, today is your chance to pitch your big biz idea to the producers of CBC's hit show Dragons' Den. You have until 6 p.m. to make your way to the Great Hall. The producers are asking some tough questions to determine investment potential! Here's some pics from this morning sent to us by photographer Doug Logan...


[Photos courtesy Doug Logan]

[Related: Dragons' Den Hosting Audtions In Peterborough At Trent University February 16th]

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Dragons' Den Hosting Auditions In Peterborough At Trent University February 16th

If you're interested in trying out for the hit CBC show Dragons' Den, you can audition in Peterborough February 16th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Trent University. Producers are coming to town, and local entrepreneurs can pitch them for the chance to get on a taping of the show in Toronto.

The producers are making more than 40 stops in Canadian cities, and Peterborough is the second stop on their recent cross Canada search to find prospects for future episodes.

The auditions in Peterborough are hosted by Trent University Conference & Hospitality Services at the Great Hall at Trent University (1770 West Bank Drive).

No experience is necessary and participants of all ages are encouraged to audition.

More info can be found here and here.

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Peterborough's Carley Stenson Strikes A Deal On "Dragons' Den"

Carley Stenson at SpliceAnother local entrepreneur (there have been many) entered the den on Wednesday night's episode of Dragons' Den to deliver her pitch.

Carley Stenson of Peterborough created the company Anywhere But Here, which is a global fashion house that carries unique and authentic clothing from around the world. One of those products are Siams, a one size fits all Thai fisherman's pant perfect for yoga, the cottage, maternity, or simply lounging at home. 

I discovered these pants myself last summer from her booth at the International Dragon Boat Festival. I knew right away it was a product I would love. Carley was most helpful explaining and demonstrating the product.

In order to promote her company, she held an event at Splice on Wednesday night for the community to come to. A tropical themed event, she had her products on display for purchase, followed by the screening of Dragons' Den. 

Her pitch on developing her Thai fisherman's pant further was the first to be presented on the episode and after four of the Dragon judges turned her down, she struck a deal with the fifth judge, Jim Treliving. Congrats to Carley!

 [Contributed by PtboCanada's Julie Morris]


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Peterborough's Liz Lewis Pitches "Sexapalooza" To The Dragons' Den Tonight

Yet again a local entrepreneur is headed to the den in hopes of securing a deal with the dragons on CBC's Dragons' Den.

This time it is Liz Lewis with her company Sexapalooza. She has asked for $100,000 for a 40% stake in her company. With the money, she has aspirations of taking her trade show company stateside.

Tune in tonight (January 26th) at 8 p.m. on CBC to find out if she was able to convince the dragons to invest. 

[Pics from show via
Dragons' Den]

[Contributed by PtboCanada's Julie Morris]

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Peterborough Residents Go Into The Dragons' Den

Last night on CBC's Dragons' Den, two local residents took on the dragons panel in hopes of a deal. Dr. Penny Forrester and Kerri Sedore (pictured above) of Professional Weight Loss Services were asking for $250,000 for 25% of their company, but unfortunately their business plan wasn't of interest to the dragons.

This is not the first time an entrepreneur from Peterborough has tried to strike a deal on the show. A couple of years ago, the owner of the Eco Laundry Room went on the show hoping the dragons would assist in helping with their plans of expansion. (Eco Laundry Room continues to have their location here on Bethune Street, as well as one in Toronto.) 

So who in the Patch has the million dollar idea that the dragons would bite on?

[Contributed by PtboCanada's Julie Morris, @cupcakeJu]

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