Trevor Bodogh – ready for battle in the Dragon’s Den
Trevor Bodogh, extreme athlete, and Sheridan School of Business student has now become a hot contender for the hit CBC television show – Dragon’s Den. After participating in the Sheridan School of Business Virox Future Forum, Bodogh and his business partners decided that they had the right stuff to pitch to the Dragons in the new hit CBC television series the Dragon’s Den to get funding to launch their Extreme Trials Bike business venture.
Bodogh, one of the top North American performers in Bike Trials events, an extreme athlete, and a sought after Bike Trials performer has designed and built his own precision extreme bikes. He decided, after the attending the high power Virox Future Forum which featured top business speakers Ian Portsmouth, Rick Spence, and Sean Wise of the Dragon’s Den, that he could formulate a winning business plan that he could pitch to the resident investors on the Dragon’s Den. Bodogh and partners attended the recent Toronto Dragon’s Den auditions attended by about 500 hopeful entrepreneurs, and impressed the producers enough to be invited to join the May taping of the television series Dragon’s Den.
“I’ve sought out a lot of very useful advice from the business professors at the Sheridan School of Business to be very confident of my business venture pitch for the Dragon’s Den,” said Bodogh, a third year Business Administration Finance student in the Sheridan School of Business.
The CBC’s Dragon’s Den, now entering season four, is a hit series where aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their business concepts and products to a panel of Canadian business moguls who have the cash and the know-how make it happen. CBC’s Dragon’s Den is hosted by Dianne Buckner and features panel members Arlene Dickinson, Robert Herjavec, Jim Treliving, Kevin O’leary, and W. Brett Wilson.