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Thanks to Löwen-Stutz he now bakes big rolls

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For Marcel Paa (35), the appearance on the TV show was worth it

Thanks to Löwen-Stutz he now bakes big rolls

SonntagsBlick revealed that founders who get deals for their business ideas on the Swiss edition of the TV show “Die Höhle der Löwen” often go away empty-handed. Blick visited a young entrepreneur who got off to a flying start thanks to the investment.


Marcel Paa (35) is a trained baker and took part in the TV show “Lion’s Cave” in 2021.

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Samuel WalderRingier journalism student

For their start-up, young entrepreneurs not only need luck, a good idea and a lot of perseverance – but first and foremost a lot of money. You can borrow it from friends or family and get it at the bank. Or get investors as a participant in the TV show “Die Höhle der Löwen” by convincing them of your business idea.

But it’s not quite that simple, as Sunday’s Blick published. Because before an investor talks money, the start-ups have to sign tough contracts. And even if you get into the wreaths, it’s far from clear that the deal will go through. Candidates and their business are only put through their paces after the broadcast. Investors can still get out.

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