Risky Business premieres on Slice September 12

From a media release:


  • Risky Business Premieres Monday, September 12 at 9pm ET on SliceTM

One daring couple. Two risky investment opportunities. One of Canada’s most successful investors, W. Brett Wilson to help with a decision that could change their lives. This fall Canadians are risking it big in a brand new high-stakes investment series, Risky Business. The Canadian production premieres Monday, September 12 at 9pm ET on Slice.

Hosted by highly-regarded businessman and iconic Canadian entrepreneur, W. Brett Wilson, each episode of Risky Business follows a couple of novice investors – ranging from a father/son to husband/wife to best friends – as they entrust their savings to one entrepreneur on the promise of turning a potentially hefty profit in only 30 days. Building on his reputation as the lead deal-maker on Dragons’ Den, Brett will try his best to turn these ordinary people into extraordinary investors.

Armed with Brett’s expert advice on the risk and rewards of both ventures, each week one bold couple will decide between two unique investment opportunities. Brett puts his money where his mouth is and stakes the same amount in the other venture. Whether it’s investing in art or fine wines, buying and selling gold, horse racing, or investing in a one-night-only club event, these Canadian entrepreneurs have an infectious enthusiasm for the innovative way they make money and a track record to back them up. After 30 days, the couple learns just what has become of their savings and are faced with what might have been had they chosen the other venture. How did they do in Brett’s world? And did they make the right choice?

For more Risky Business content, including exclusive behind-the-scenes videos and photos of Brett on the set of Risky Business, visit www.Slice.ca/RiskyBusinessTV.

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