Big Decision looking for next big business

The producers of the TV show The BIG Decision are looking for companies to participate in the second season.

The producers of CBC’s hit show Dragon’s Den are looking for Canadian companies to participate in the second season of the reality business show, The BIG Decision.

In The BIG Decision, Canada’s top investors are dedicated to turning around struggling Canadian companies, by visiting the factories, shops and offices of companies in need. They provide expert business advice and a possible financial investment. Companies chosen will also receive national exposure.

Last season, Hardy Buoys participated in The BIG Decision.

Companies must fit certain criteria to apply. The business must have been in operation for at least three to five years, have a gross revenue of $500,000 per year and more than five employees, must be registered in Canada, and must be fluent English speakers. Companies must also be willing to commit to being filmed on camera for up to a two-week period.

Please visit cbc.ca/thebigdecision to complete an application. Applications close June 8.

 

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