Scottish fintech Biscuit Tin on Dragons’ Den
Fintech entrepreneur Sheila Hogan, founder of Biscuit Tin, a digital legacy vault, will pitch in front of the dragons on the BBC at 8pm on Thursday 10 February.
Sheila’s will be pitching for early-stage investment to take her new business, launched in 2020, to the next level and increase growth exponentially.
The idea of Biscuit Tin sprang out of Sheila’s personal experience of closing-down the lives of her parents. Her solution aims at empowering and enabling people to organise their death and make the whole process easier for those left behind.
Biscuit Tin enables the secure online storage and encryption of valuable, vital information, all in one place, which is released to those nominated when the time comes. This includes information such as account details, important documents, post-life wishes and memories.
“Appearing on Dragons’ Den is a phenomenal experience; preparing and pitching to such a high-profile and massively successful group of businesspeople is daunting yet exhilarating. It has been a fantastic opportunity and enormous privilege for me and Biscuit Tin to be chosen for the show. Through my journey to the Den, I have grown in ways I never imagined. I have learnt so much due to the Dragon’s Den experience and I am more ready than ever to take Biscuit Tin to the next level.”