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In each episode, young entrepreneurs attempt to convince a panel of 6 businessmen and women to finance their project

In series 1, the panel features Marc Simoncini, founder of Meetic, Catherine Barba, from Cashstore.fr, Frédéric Mazzella, co-founder of Blablacar, Delphine André, CEO of Groupe Charles André, Marc Vanhove (Bistrot Régent) and Éric Larchevèque (Ledger).

  • Adapted from the Japanese format ‘Money Tiger’, launched in 2005 on BBC 2 under the title of “Dragons’ Den” (more than 17 seasons so far have aired in the UK) and exported in 30+ countries including the US under the name “Shark Tank”.
  • Years of production: since 2019.

The concept

Passionate people of all ages who all had an idea, that of an object, a service or a business, decided one day to take the plunge and create their own company. Some of them are just starting to develop their idea while others are already living from their project. However, all of them are missing a crucial element in order to be born or to grow: support, advice and financing to make their dream come true. These passionate people will have the unique opportunity to meet investors, themselves creators of successful companies in France. They will have a few minutes to convince them to commit to them and become their partner. This meeting can change their lives.

A first season hailed for its modernity and originality

o “Tearing tears with the economy: a rare feat” CHALLENGES
o “A show that highlights French know-how and genius” FRANCE INTER
o “We discover the tremendous entrepreneurial energy of the French” LE POINT
o “A coaching program that is both fun and very serious” MADAME FIGARO
o “A real breath of fresh air” TV MAGAZINE

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