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" Round 13Dragons Den and more As an investor on CBC’s Dragons’ Den for three years (2011- 2013), Bruce added a broad range of businesses and products to his portfolio including Balzac’s Coffee and En RICHed Academy, which tap into his passion for digital media, marketing and contributing positively to the community.
Dragons Den and more As an investor on CBC’s Dragons’ Den for three years (2011- 2013), Bruce added a broad range of businesses and products to his portfolio including Balzac’s Coffee and En RICHed Academy, which tap into his passion for digital media, marketing and contributing positively to the community.
What passed for entertainment included the likes of Canada’s self-described “sexiest comedian” (another way of putting this might be comedian with the most noticeable plastic surgery) Nicole Arbour abusing the crowd with non-sequiturs about sluts and penis size before contorting her way through a painful song and dance number.
But these events were packed with people who had paid not-inexpensive ticket prices to be there, and we figured that if we could cut through some the more apparent trappings of the thing, we might uncover something about the culture of single life in Toronto this festival had tapped into.
Long before “social networking” became a buzzword, Bruce made his mark as a digital pioneer by co-founding Lavalife in 1988.
Lavalife was an online dating company based out of Toronto, Canada.
Between 2001-2010 they released a series of advertisements which were art directed by the agency Zig, which is a now part of Crispin Porter Bogusky (CP B).
and other dating sites, Shaadi contains pages and pages of users’ profile pictures, interests and hobbies.
But Shaadi bills itself as a site for people who want to marry, not a hangout for promiscuous daters, and it requires that its members indicate skin complexion and religion and caste—decidedly old-fashioned ideas that have created something of an image problem.
Online votes whittled these down to a roster of ten—dubbed for the weekend as “the singles”—to be flown to Toronto for what Lavalife is calling its first annual “Summer Lovin’ Festival.” This three-day-long extravaganza of partying and product placement felt more or less like reality TV minus the TV. We might as well get it out of the way and say that, as one would expect, Summer Lovin’ was not big on subtlety.