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.
This week’s episode rounded up the end of series 20 and it was a good’n. Right from the off we got the whole set of UK registered intellectual property (IP) rights come up for a sunscreen applicator. Also this week we have water-softening shower essentials, a whisky e-commerce platform… and Dragons hugging bears.
Brave pitches, innovative ideas and fierce questioning - a staple of any Dragons’ Den episode, but particularly clear this week.
From pre-loved fashion to a retractable dog safety gate, the deal hungry multi-millionaires had plenty to sink their teeth into this week.
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!
It’s the last Dragons’ Den episode for Series 19 - what a series! Tonight, once again, we see the entrepreneurs undergoing trial by fire...and the Dragons are as fierce as ever!
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.
Cold brew coffee in a can, single use plastic alternative, a game changing way to bike ride indoors and an app to make charity giving easier. This week’s episode had plenty of inventions for making the modern world better.
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.