Maternity wear, summery cocktails, clay crayons, and construction accessories were all debuted this week - but which ones received the Dragons’ seal of approval?
This week’s episode of Dragons’ Den had me feeling ready for the summer. With entrepreneurs sharing plant-based cocktails and squeezy sauce bottles, I was ready to head to the nearest beach.
Handmade sip-from-the-jar apple and nut-based liqueurs and watch straps made from pineapple. These are just some of the exciting innovations seen on Dragons’ Den this week – but did the entrepreneurs’ pitches bear fruit? Read our blog to find out more!
Tensions ran high this evening as the Dragons clashed horns and entrepreneurs fought fiercely to sell their business concepts and secure investment. But with high tension comes great products, and the first entrepreneurs to enter the Den certainly had something unique to offer.
The combination of a boozy escape room with bouncing music balls and cheesy snacks thrown in this week's episode of Dragons' Den would put a glowing smile on anyone’s face.
Eco-friendly disinfectant for those keen to erase viruses, a potential remedy to the fast-fashion crisis and non-alcoholic beer – great for those undertaking Dry January. This week’s Dragons’ Den certainly reflects current times.
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?
Passions were running high in tonight’s episode with some fiery questions from the Dragons, surely leaving some of the entrepreneurs feeling hot under the collar. Tonight’s episode was jam packed with Rockstar spirits, nursing bras, immersive adventure-themed home work-outs, heat-free …
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.