Video: Bruce Croxon Live at Hamilton's Supercrawl

Dragon's Den investor Bruce Croxon was in the CBC Hamilton studio for a live Q & A during Supercrawl. Watch highlights here.
Dragon's Den investor Bruce Croxon answered your questions in a live Q & A in the CBC Hamilton studio, hosted by reporter Julia Chapman. 11:29

Hamilton has been a hot spot for tech start-ups, making the city a bustling place to do business, discuss new ideas and look for investors.

To answer all questions about how to build a successful business, Dragon's Den investor Bruce Croxon was in the CBC Hamilton studio for a live Q & A during Supercrawl, hosted by reporter Julia Chapman.

Croxon co-founded online dating site LavaLife in 1988 and later sold it for $180 million.

Watch the highlights here.

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