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What is the biggest deal in Dragons Den history?
Entrepreneurs Henry de Zoete and Will Hodson have had a crazy 12 months. In August 2018, they made Dragons’ Den history by netting the best cash-to-equity deal in the show’s history (£120,000 for a 3% stake).
Who is the richest Dragon Den UK?
Deborah Meaden net worth The Dragons’ Den investor has a fortune of £40million, according to Spear’s magazine. Deborah has reportedly invested more than £3million in various ventures while appearing on Dragons’ Den.
What companies does Peter Jones own?
His business portfolio is wide ranging and includes Expansys, Data Select, Jessops, Levi Roots, Red Letter Days, Wonderland Magazine and Bladez Toyz. Peter launched the Peter Jones Foundation in 2005, which runs the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy and the Tycoon in Schools initiative.
What was the funniest pitch on Dragons Den?
As expected, all Dragons declared themselves ‘out’, leaving Faheem with advice to take a more clear direction with his business. The funniest pitches due to their pure lack in potential were from Rupert Evans who was entering the den with his ‘Fold-Ease’ invention and Ben Drury presenting his ‘Lacemups’ gadget.
Who are the funders for Dragons Den 2021?
In 2021, our Funders’ Den will be held in cyberspace and six Black, Asian, multi-ethnic and refugee (BAMER) led charities and social enterprises have the opportunity to pitch to Grant Making organisations for a chance to win a pot of money (amount TBC).
Which is the best product from Dragons Den?
This clever and cute product has probably made its way into homes of many parents across the UK. James Roupell’s invention is a four-in-one product for kids: a soft toy, a backpack, a travel pillow, and it also contains a blanket inside.
What did Peter say to Faheem on Dragons Den?
Deborah branded the pitch for being “one of the most frustrating” that she has ever sat through, Peter was “not impressed” and Sarah “couldn’t be more confused” – not exactly encouraging! As expected, all Dragons declared themselves ‘out’, leaving Faheem with advice to take a more clear direction with his business.