Despite being on his uppers since he returned to Albert Square, Masood’s still not lost his eye for a new business venture and next week he hits on (yet) another new plan to make his fortune.
After finding his ice cream van vandalised, Mas decides he’s going to bring street food to the masses – if he can just get hold of enough money to get things going.
He scouts the Square for some cash, and eventually comes up with a plan to crowd fund the investment.
But he needs a bit of help from Big Mo (this is sounding like a very bad idea already!).
Meanwhile Kathy tells Ian there’s an angel investor on the way to Walford, looking for a new business to invest in.
Excited Ian starts planning the best way to impress the investor, Dragons’ Den style, and worried Masood will try to compete for the money on offer, he decides to keep the news secret.
In true EastEnders fashion, though, Kathy soon lets it slip, though, and both Masood and Ian end up with appointments to present their business plans to the investor.
As the meeting time approaches, and Ian heads to the ‘den’, he’s thrown when he realises he’s picked up Mas’s pitch by mistake.
Ever the professional, though, he fronts it out and presents it to the investor – who LOVES the idea.
Manipulative Mr Beale tries to pretend the plan is all his own work but Mas has got wind of what’s going on and he’s not going to let Ian get away with it.
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Are the men about to lose their chance of investment or – even worse – be forced to work together if they want their chance of success?!