The Dragons had fire in their bellies tonight and didn’t hold back, leaving some entrepreneurs with their tails between their legs. I was however, pleased to watch such IP-rich conversations, which I’ll break down for any budding business owners looking to protect their assets.
Brave pitches, innovative ideas and fierce questioning - a staple of any Dragons’ Den episode, but particularly clear this week.
From motorcycle clothing to matcha drinks, there was a range of products to whet everyone's appetite in this week’s Dragons' Den episode.
Plants cleared from gardens, plant-based food delivered to homes, dog snout scanners and adaptive designer wear…another intriguing evening of investor-innovator suspense beckoned as I settled down to watch this week’s Dragons’ Den.
Tonight’s booming episode of Dragons’ Den was as productive as it gets! Various deals were shared around the Den, offered by free-handed investors and rejected by wary, self-assured entrepreneurs.
From pre-loved fashion to a retractable dog safety gate, the deal hungry multi-millionaires had plenty to sink their teeth into this week.
From van alarms to fashion, bag pipes to apps – IP affects every area of business. However, the entrepreneurs had one thing in common...they were seeking that all important investment from the Dragons.
In this week’s episode we got to see a disco in the Den, business models of the future, partnerships popping up and firm rejections.
This week's Dragons' Den was packed full of entrepreneurial flavour. Here we take a look at how the Dragons were fired up by a range of homemade chutneys and inspired by the seed of an idea that will get us all gardening...with a difference!
New year brings high hopes, exciting beginnings, and a gripping new series of Dragons Den. Welcome back to all our readers as we kick off series 20 with our five favourite investors. I can’t quite believe Dragons’ Den has reached …