happybrush at the TV show "Die Höhle der Löwen"
A while ago was a big day for us: we actually ventured into the german TV show "Die Höhle der Löwen". You can imagine that we were quite excited. We had been preparing for a long time to perform in front of the investors. We had been following the show for a long time, we knew almost all the episodes and had already shown several pitch presentations in front of our friends to get better for the performance bit by bit.
Well prepared and highly motivated, we were looking forward to our "cave visit". But of course, a whole range of dreams, fears and questions also buzzed through our heads. Will the lions give us positive feedback? Will we perhaps even be able to inspire one or more of the investors for our idea? Or will the excitement rather put a brake on our plans? Will we have text hangers?
Chaos, but well, doens't matter. We had decided to be brave, seize a great opportunity and show our passion for our product. We were prepared for everything. No matter if it would turn out good or bad for us - we looked forward to this for us completely new kind of experience in a positive mood. Because if you don't dare, you don't win, right?
During the shooting we didn't feel all the tension and excitement as strong as we thought. It was like being in a tunnel and we were just answering the investors' questions. It was only when the shoot was over and the tension dropped away from us that we realised what had actually just happened.
Unfortunately, we cannot reveal exactly what the investors have said to us yet. But fortunately the broadcast of the programme is imminent. We are super excited and are looking forward to you seeing our pitch and our experience in the "Höhle der Löwen" soon.
Everyone in our team is already eagerly awaiting the broadcast and the preparations are in full swing. Our website is currently being strengthened so that our server can withstand greater demand during and after the broadcast. In short, we are ready, mega happy and look forward to your reactions and feedback!
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