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Series in which budding entrepreneurs get three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multi-millionaires willing to invest their own cash.
In the series opener, can a nervous couple with a health food business hold it together as they face the Dragons? A former footballer pitching a sports pitch business comes unstuck during an interrogation of his figures and a duo with a voucher codes website they think will revolutionise online shopping are hoping for an injection of Dragon cash.
Two brothers pitch their venture making furniture from old aeroplane parts, a business couple are hoping for investment in their book buying and selling concern and a husband-and-wife team enter the Den with organic dog treats they are hoping are best in show. Finally, two fitness enthusiasts face the multimillionaires with their healthy snacks business, but after a tough workout in the Den will they leave with any Dragon cash?
Bucharest-born Alex hopes his personalised range of luxury leather bags will be the complete package for the Dragons. An ex-policewoman attempts to work up the Dragons' appetite with her range of free from, allergy-friendly frozen curries. And Dorset-based inventor Michael thinks he can ignite the interest of the Dragons with a gadget that keeps opened champagne fizzing. Will his pitch sparkle in the Den or will it fall flat?
Stepping out of the lift doors this time are former bankers Ben and Andy, whose passion for travel inspired them to kick-start their beach towel business. A duo with 40 years of friendship behind them think they have a winning idea with their unique packaging concept, all based on air. And finally a serial entrepreneur pitches her family-run novelty plush goods business - but will it be a soft landing when the business goes under the scrutiny of the Dragons?
Two friends aim to impress the Dragons with their African-inspired premium skincare range. A Leeds-based entrepreneur hopes he is bringing a game changer into the Den with his web-based pub quiz app. And two scientists introduce a space-age business venture they are hoping will be a stratospheric success.
In episode six, a coffee brewing entrepreneur is looking for success in the den but gets into hot water while fumbling the financials. Also two university friends hope their boxing technology will hit the mark with the Dragons.
A Swedish fashionista offers a share in her business that targets men who don't want to shop until they drop, and Peter Jones hones his dining skills during a pitch from a London couple looking for investment in their children's cutlery business.
Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell take their seats to face the next round of pitching.
The Dragons come face to face with their synthetic doubles as an entrepreneur presents his eco-mannequin business to them. A 26-year-old hopes to bring a touch of zen to the den with her cork-based yoga mat. And two friends aim to impress with their cycling navigation device. But will they manage to steer their way to a deal?
An athletic entrepreneur hopes he will be in the running for a cash boost for his protein shaker bottle. An engineer from Essex is looking for investment in his home sensor system for the elderly. Finally an Antipodean businesswoman hopes to tempt the Dragons into investing in her gluten-free cakes business. But will anyone walk away with the hoped-for cash?
A serial entrepreneur pitches his online greeting card business, a Surrey-based inventor is hoping his word game could become a family Christmas favourite, and a duo bring their healthy breakfast and snacking products to the Den in the hope of some warm festive cheer. Finally, three brothers pitch for a stake in their men's grooming products - will the Dragons see it as the perfect stocking filler and make a bid for the business?
A former bricklayer is hoping his mortar board invention will help him to build a lucrative relationship with a Dragon, a mother of two enters the Den with a children's tracker device, and an entrepreneur pitches crisps inspired by astronauts. Finally, a 25-year-old brings a Paralympian to the Den to demo her product designed for wheelchair users. But will it be enough to win her an investment?
The Dragons get a good dose of healthy products forman and beast. A business duo hope to stand out from the crowd with their natural raw dog food, a doctor pitches his innovative date-based smoothie and a London entrepreneur wants to get the Dragons' hearts pumping with his unique free-running exercise regime. But will the adrenalin rush leave the Dragons fighting to invest?
Three dynamic duos make an entrance. First up a female entrepreneurial pair pitch their nifty solution to pain caused from wearing halter neck straps. Another team of two make an impact with their innovative skincare products made from hemp. And a couple of entrepreneurs hope to seal a deal with their language learning story books for kids. But who will walk away with some Dragon cash?
A baby-faced entrepreneur takes Peter Jones by surprise with his business which offers advertising space on the move, but will the surprise lead to an investment? Next up, a teacher from London enters the Den with her unique handwriting method which she claims can teach any child to write neater. And finally a bike enthusiast is looking for investment in his chain-tensioning products for motorcycles. Will it be a successful ride to a deal when it turns out there is a secret motorbike enthusiast amongst the Dragons?
First up are a trio who are mixing practicality and fun with their gadget to transform kids' toothbrushes into mobile game controllers. Next, a duo hope to win the Dragons over with their revolutionary device for relieving back pain, and finally an entrepreneur from Aberdeen hopes his Scottish-inspired gin is to the Dragons' taste. Will his tipple be the perfect tonic and land him a life-changing investment?
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