On a very wet and windy day, gummy sweets with purpose and waterproof pockets in sustainable beachwear were two pitches guaranteed to bring the sun out in the Den this week. But did the Dragons give them a warm welcome or a cold shoulder? Read on to find out more!
With innovative ideas comes bold pitches and fiery questioning. This week’s episode of Dragons' Den was no exception, with electric car chargers, sweet snacks and even pet-edible cards brought into the Den. Read on to find out more.
This episode had a distinct health and hair care theme. Denim doyenne Emma Grede helped breathe new fire into the Den as guest Dragon.
Innovative ventures and intellectual property set the stage alight on Dragons' Den this week - from a hair care revolution to dental hygiene for cats, the Den saw a variety of presentations, each with their own unique challenges and opportunities.
The entrepreneurial spirit soared this week as four diverse businesses stepped in to pitch their ground-breaking ideas. From stone age education to South Asian beauty, natural ice pops, and lab-grown diamonds, this heated episode had it all.
Episode 3 got off to a kicking start with entrepreneur and ex-football player Gary Neville joining the Den, the first ever Guest Dragon. While some entrepreneurs were top of the leaderboard, others just failed to make the cut.
It’s Episode 2 of Dragons’ Den, and this week’s entrepreneurs sent us on an adventure exploring the beauty of the natural world. From luxury glamping to inflatables that let you take your rucksack for a river swim and organic products that balance your skin. Read on to find out more!
The Dragons are back! Episode 1 of the new BBC Dragons’ Den series has got off to an inspiring start. Unusually, every one of the intrepid entrepreneurs walked away with an offer. Read our latest Dragons’ Den IP Blog to find out more about the IP behind the inventions…
From Santa and fairies to ballerinas and angels, Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Alison Burton of March Muses spoke to us about how she and her co-founder partner, Natalie Duvall, found success with their Christmas decorations of colour.
Entrepreneur Ben Pearson, CEO of Big Clothing 4 U, spoke to us about how IP helps protect his inclusive clothing brand, his mission to make clothing inclusive for all and his experience since appearing on BBC’s Dragons’ Den.
Last week, entrepreneur Hannah Saunders told us how IP helped protect and grow her business, Toddle Born Wild. Here she talks more about her business and her experience since her successful Dragons’ Den pitch in March 2022.