Oh Rachel, Rachel… What were you thinking? It’s one thing to be on TV pointing fingers at people who have sometimes imperfect business ideas on Dragon’s Den. But while you’re out there, don’t forget to keep an eye on your own business!
commented bitched about Red Letter Days, being seriously unimpressed with the quality of the service they offer and the backwards policies they have. A company that treats customers, and likely staff, like a bunch of numbers when it’s meant to provide a unique wonderful experience, is bound to have problems staying afloat.
“…Another Dragons’ Den judge Peter Jones is teaming up with ex-Millwall chairman Theo Paphitis to buy the company’s assets.”
Either Pete & Co are kicking a dead horse, or they have some serious plan for draining the bad and pumping some new energy into the company. There is still great potential for a company that acts as middleman in organising the most unique activities, such as gardening with Charlie “No Bra” Dimmock or getting cooking lessons from pro chefs, but people are becoming too online-savvy, booking a bungee jump or a spa day through Red Letter Days will start appearing wasteful and unnecessary as all those companies have their own websites.
So who’s gonna bail you out next time, Rachel?