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CBC looking for businesses to participate in 2nd season of The BIG Decision, deadline approaching fast

By CO Staff @canadaone |

If you operate a business with revenues over $500,000 that has been in operation for at least three years, you may want to apply for the second season of the CBC's reality TV show, The BIG Decision.

In the show successful Canadian entrepreneurs "... will roll up their sleeves and visit the factories, shops and offices of Canadian companies in need, providing expert advice and a possible investment."

The producers are the same people who created the immensely popular "Dragon's Den" reality show. Karen King, co-founder of the Ice House, had this to say about appearing on the show:

"Business is up 100 per cent again this month. People keep coming by to see us because of The Big Decision. The show gave us GREAT exposure and we're so happy to have participated."

To apply your company must meet the following criteria:

  • Must have been in operation for at least three to five years, or more
  • Gross revenue of at least $500,000 per year
  • More than five employees
  • Privately held business, family businesses, partnerships, limited partnerships
  • Must be willing to commit to being filmed on camera for up to a two-week period
  • A business registered in Canada
  • Fluent English speakers

The application form can be downloaded from The BIG Decision website, with completed forms being sent to The deadline to apply is approaching fast, so be sure to get your application in soon if you would like to get on the show.

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