As this season of Dragons’ Den winds down, other aspects of our daily lives are simultaneously opening-up and I’m not sure about you, but the prospect of ‘reopening anxiety’ is becoming frightfully real. That’s why I was pleased when Siobhan …
Peter Jones returned to the Den with renewed vigour this evening after his period of absence. From an app that tracks carbon footprint, to reduced-sugar jams and a patented pooper-scooper, the Den was set alight with intellectual property…but which inventions had the Dragons chomping at the bit?
This week we saw some fiercely passionate entrepreneurs fighting for their businesses despite some tough questioning from the Dragons. From recyclable shoes to a finalist in MasterChef: The Professionals, I was on the edge of my seat...but who managed to secure an investment?
This week seven fantastic entrepreneurs entered the Den and the Dragons offered up over £205,000 in investments. As ever, there were some nail-biting moments (including a rapid-fire roast of a vitamin coffee product). But there were also some excellent results for both the entrepreneurs and the Dragons. Let's take a look at the entrepreneurs that managed to win over the Dragons and secure an investment.
What I love most about Dragons’ Den is you never know who is going to walk through the door or what they will bring with them. This week’s episode was no exception. Luxury scent, private dining, sniffer dogs and a plantable children’s book were the innovative items showcased to the formidable Dragons this week...with mixed responses.
This week’s Dragons’ Den featured whisky drinking, e-scooter riding and some pretty futuristic nose covers - something on offer for everyone. But this beachgoer and skincare fanatic would have liked to have seen the Dragons trying out the shimmery beach powder too!
From automated lift ladders to virtual escape rooms, there were a variety of pitches for the Dragons to cross examine this evening. For the purpose of this blog post I am going to concentrate on the products that secured a …
At a time where helping others is more prevalent than ever, I found myself thinking about the importance of working together in tonight’s Dragons’ Den.
There were some fantastic pitches in tonight’s Dragons’ Den. The three that spoke to me on a personal level centred around sleep, biscuits and festivals.
From eco-friendly food wrapping to reduced sugar cranberry cider, there was a vast range of products in the Den this evening.