"Here's a check for you": "The Lion's Den" in the Christmas rush

Shortly before the biggest festival of the year, ladies and gentlemen Judith Williams, Dagmar Wöhrl, Carsten Maschmeyer, Nils Glagau and Ralf Dümmel invite you to the big "Christmas Special".

"Here's a check for you": "The Lion's Den" in the Christmas rush

Shortly before the biggest festival of the year, ladies and gentlemen Judith Williams, Dagmar Wöhrl, Carsten Maschmeyer, Nils Glagau and Ralf Dümmel invite you to the big "Christmas Special". One investor is particularly happy with the presents.

Glitter, glamour, tinsel and a Christmas tree that could also be placed in the Kardashians' living room: In the lion's den everything is prepared for a special kind of deal second hand. For the first time in the history of the format, the investors are delighting their followers with a "Christmas Special". You can show off your hidden talents there.

The mood in the studio is exuberant as the five lions spontaneously demonstrate their singing skills. "O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree ...", it warbles through the cave. Ralf Dümmel, who slipped into his golden Elvis commemorative suit especially for the occasion, quickly presented his amazed colleagues with a lovingly wrapped sock gift. Then it can finally start.

It also doesn't take five minutes before the first lion jumps out of his chair, beaming with joy. With their sustainable grass wrapping paper alternative, the founders of "Papydo" from Munich hit the mark with Carsten Maschmeyer: "That's awesome! Here you have a check for 100,000 euros and then we have a deal, okay?" the big businessman with a big grin on his face. The founders are visibly pleased with the interest of the lion. But the two wrapping paper experts Melusine Bliesener and Katharina Lehmkuhl also want to hear other opinions.

After a never-ending ennoblement from all sides, those responsible for "Papydo" finally have to make a decision. "You should make a heart decision," advises beauty queen Judith Williams, who has since teamed up with Carsten Maschmeyer. Less than three breaths later, the first deal of the evening is already done - much to the delight of the two "victorious" investors Carsten Maschmeyer and Judith Williams.

The latter can cheer again shortly afterwards. After the previously free digital reading platform "Lesido" could not really convince any investor, Judith Williams casts an eye on the Berlin "Chiengora" founder Ann Cathrin Schönrock. She not only has two cute Australian Shepherds in her luggage, but also the underfur of her furry companions, which has been processed into fashion yarn. "It feels like cashmere," marvels Nils Glagau. After a short round of negotiations with the founder, Judith Williams finally secures the deal. The joy about the tightly tied collaboration is so great that Judith Williams grabs her colleague Ralf Dümmel and puts a brisk sole on the floor to the sounds of Mariah Carey's holiday evergreen "All I Want For Christmas Is You".

With so much fire in the cave, a founding team like that of "Purespice" is of course perfect. Wrapped in flowing crib costumes, the founders Janik Prasuhn, Holger Schönenberg and Michael Pelster quickly have everyone laughing on their side. But the spice extract she brought with her also knows how to impress. It doesn't matter whether it's sweet, cinnamon or with a fine Knofi note: "Purespice" is a hit with all lions. Finally, Ralf Dümmel secures the deal with the three spice fans from Altenberge.

Once they got a taste of the paradise of fine spices, the three gingerbread nerds Johannes Prein, Elisabeth Prein and Jannik Zinkl ("Pfeffer

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