Will the new season be without a “Pinky Glove” scandal? Even apart from product ideas that went wrong, the program “Lion’s Cave” is a contact point for founders. Viewers can see the current innovations from April.
The broadcaster Vox airs the investors’ den with spring fever: From Monday, April 4th, the start-up show “Lion’s Den” returns to television. The first of nine episodes of the season starts at 8:15 p.m. Hot innovations are again waiting for investors – at least in the eyes of the founders.
In the show, they vie for the goodwill of potential investors:
- Carsten Maschmeyer (economy)
- Judith Williams (Beauty)
- Georg Kofler (media)
- Ralf Dümmel (Retail)
- Dagmar Wöhrl (family entrepreneur)
- Nils Glagau (Managing Director Orthomol)
- Nico Rosberg (former motor sportsman, green tech investor)
- as well as guest in episode 4: Sarna Röser (entrepreneur)
Young blood in the lion’s den
The season starts with two young entrepreneurs who are enthusiastic about bicycles. Karl Fischer and Leander Mellies are only 17 years old and will present their invention “2bag”. This is a bicycle bag that can not only be carried in the hand as is conventional, but also as a backpack on the back.
“An ordinary pannier makes sense on the bike, but once you take it off you don’t quite know how to carry it.”Karl Fischer (17 years old) in the show “Lion’s Cave”
For the young entrepreneurs, it is an investment of 20,000 euros with which they want to turn their idea into a business model. Viewers will find out from April on Vox whether and which investors will strike here.
The right level of entertainment?
The founders Fabian Frei and Wolfgang Schimpfle also present their product “Fairhair” as a sustainable hair tie in the first episode. The “lions” don’t seem to be too smart for a portion of slapstick and add wigs to their usual head of hair, on which they want to test the value of the supposed innovation.
The first episode also revolves around a table with extendable slats, a spread with beer and a reusable system for shipping packaging. It remains to be seen whether the broadcaster Vox will incorporate similarly bizarre entertainment elements.
For loyal viewers, the show dares to meet the inventors of currywurst snacks in a glass (“Iss but Wurscht”). It will be moderated by Amiaz Habtu. The episodes of the program are after their respective first broadcast available on RTL+as well as the last ten seasons.
Read what Sky has to offer in April on DIGITAL TELEVISION.
Source: DIGITAL FERNSEHEN by www.digitalfernsehen.de.
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