Vancouver entrepreneurs and a Canadian gold medalist enter the Dragons’ Den to pitch their new business venture.
(ISN) – Vancouver, BC– November 26 at 8pm pst on CBC, two Vancouver entrepreneurs
enter the Dragons’ Den along with their business partner and Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist and
Flag Bearer Simon Whitfield. They will pitch the Dragons’ on their new mobile bike repair business.
Velofix allows riders to “Save Time and Ride More” by bringing the bike shop directly to the client in
the form of a Mercedes Sprinter Van, fully equipped with all the tools and parts required to fix or tune
up any bicycle right in the mobile Shop.
Co-Founder Chris Guillemet states that with aggressive growth plans for the business it was an
incredible process to pitch the Dragons and get their direct feedback
Since the airing Velofix has experienced rapid growth and now have four trucks on the road in British
Columbia and have expanded into southern Ontario and are currently receiving an influx of franchisee
applications throughout Canada, the United States and internationally.
Although Chris is not able to share the outcome from Dragons’ Den until after it airs he states “it was a
great experience and opportunity to share the story behind our business model on national television
with a panel of Canadian business moguls.
Velofix Holdings Ltd. is a franchise based mobile bike repair shop founded and based out of
Vancouver, BC. More information on Velofix including franchise information visit www.velofix.com
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