Season 13, Episode 13 February 1, 2019 Season 13, Episode 13 February 1, 2019 Entrepreneurs hope to scrape up an investment; a pro-snowboarder aims to win over the Dragons; and an electrician thinks that a Dragon partner would fit his business like a glove. From teas to technology, the Den is lit up by growing businesses hoping the Dragons are ready to cash in on Canada's newest cash crop. To be considered all candidates need to submit an application form and these are then subject to the same casting criteria. Final selection for participation in the programme will be decided on a number of factors including the strength of idea, a robust business plan and projected turnover. Season 13, Episode 11 January 18, 2019 Season 13, Episode 11 January 18, 2019 An entrepreneur looks to continue his cycle of success; a group seeks to fill empty spaces with Dragon cash; and an entrepreneur wants the Dragons to help breathe life into her invention. As part of normal selection process we may approach entrepreneurs, or they may apply direct. Even if the numbers stack up, a poor pitch can let you down.
To get this, they must face the Dragons, all of whom are formidable business thinkers with the money to make things happen. Or will they get shown the door? Also, a sibling duo seek to frame an investment; and a social enterprise hopes to reel in a deal. What could Alex have done differently to secure the capital she required? Then things in the den really started to hot up when Doug Richard offered all of the money for a massive 45% of his company in return for his vast experience in both yachting and wi-fi, only for Rachel Elnaugh to come in with an offer for the Â£150k for just 38%! Having scrimped, saved and self-sacrificed in the haulage industry to make her own fortune, Hilary has her own views on the products and businesses brought before her, and she's more than happy to take on her rivals in order to get the best deal. All they need is the cash. Luckily for Dominic, Peter Jones came in and offered half the money he needed for 20% of his business. Also: A trio hopes to get some Dragon bucks for their take on a tux. Summary: Dominic Killinger entered the den with an impressive pitch for his start-up business providing wireless internet access to yacht owners.
Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Or will they get shown the door? With an attractive, patented pole dispenser she designed herself to package her olives, the dragons agreed Alex had a good and potentially lucrative product but they all felt her presentational skills let her down. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Theo Paphitis followed suit with exactly the same amount, so Dominic had the money he came in for but in return for 40% of his company - he came in looking to sell only 20%. Whilst the rules of the series remain the same, you will notice one change. Biz - Best tv shows index source and episode air dates. All they need is the c.
After Duncan Bannatyne told Dominic he didn't think there was a big enough market and went out early on, things began to look a little bit shaky. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Who would Dominic go for? Also: A company hopes the Dragons can stomach their business proposal. Also: A team of scientists think the Dragons will get fired up over their hidden treasure. . Alex Hall entered the dragons' den looking for Â£150,000 for a 15% stake in her company The Big O which sells pre-packed marinated olives for the pub and bar market.
All manner of money-spinning minds will step into the intimidating world of business financing, determined to make their dreams come true. Or will they get shown the door? In each case all applications are processed in the same way. When Doug Richard started picking holes in his business plan Dominic looked like he might be coming undone. All manner of money-spinning minds will step into the intimidating world of business financing, determined to make their dreams come true. But this is no lottery — the contestants will need all their powers of reasoning, presentation and persuasion to convince our five business experts that theirs is a product worth investing in. In the end he chose Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis.
Or will they get shown the door? But when a Dragon knows your industry inside out it's not always what you want. Season 13, Episode 2 October 5, 2018 Season 13, Episode 2 October 5, 2018 An inventive mother looks to show the Dragons she doesn't make rash decisions; a tech-preneur seeks the perfect partnership in the Den; and an entrepreneur tries to jumpstart a deal for his innovation. Season 13, Episode 7 November 9, 2018 Season 13, Episode 7 November 9, 2018 A university couple thinks they have the magic touch; two Business majors hope their international idea will help them get a foot in the door; and the youngest entrepreneur to ever take on the Dragons hopes her lunch-break idea is appealing Season 13, Episode 3 October 19, 2018 Season 13, Episode 3 October 19, 2018 The budding cannabis industry has been firing up entrepreneurial spirit from coast-to-coast. Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Entrepreneurs often take advantage of the latest government schemes and incentives when building their business, which is exactly what Chris Hopkins from Yorkshire has done by capitalising on the solar power feed-in tariff. Add into the mix the most unusual use you could ever think of for a plastic egg, a circus act that's sure to go with a bang, and a mind coaching massage service, and you've got a formidable showcase of the Great British spirit of invention and innovation. Presentations are key indictors as to how well organised and prepared you are for any interview or pitch situation.
He'd already signed up 50 marinas and it seemed like the perfect business for Doug Richard, a self confessed yacht and high-tech junkie. Plus, a duo believes that their business is on target to make a splash in the Den. Or will they get shown the door? Or will they get shown the door? Can they in a few short minutes persuade the Dragons that they are a sound investment? Season 13, Episode 1 September 21, 2018 Season 13, Episode 1 September 21, 2018 In the season premiere, two new Dragons bring their expertise to the panel while a cheerful entrepreneur hopes her success doesn't melt away. As ever Evan Davis is on hand to dissect the events, with further action and reaction available through the Red Button. With our Episode Date Counter you won't miss tv programs. For the first time ever in the Den, four dragons were fighting for the same business.
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