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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.
A musician with a singer-for-hire service is taken aback when the Dragons decide to showcase some of their own musical talents. And a husband and wife team make a big entrance into the Den in a tuk tuk, but when a potentially fatal flaw is immediately exposed in their business they may be riding out before they are even off the starting block.
A father and son team face potential wipeout as they present a colourful take on the wetsuit. A pair of ex-politicos go from Westminster to the web as they attempt to take on the energy market and the Dragons. A husband and wife team pitch their authentic African coffee ceremony that they think has a place on one of the most famous high streets in the world. And finally a fake tan entrepreneur who has already been on Irish Dragons' Den decides she has the nerve to face more Dragons.
A carp fishing enthusiast hopes to hook a millionaire investor with his range of bait, while a brother-and-sister team are out to prove that they can turn waste into wealth. And two foodie entrepreneurs find themselves in hot water as they offer the Dragons a taste of their pasta home delivery business.
Four more businesses face the toughest pitch of their lives. Tonight a doctor who has swapped meds for models tries to stitch up an investment with her innovative convertible clothing. A team of university friends brush Peter Jones up the wrong way with their online art platform, and two hairdressers hope the Dragons will want a cut of their colour wash shampoo business, but will they walk away with an investment?
An ex-painter and decorator who has swapped painting for baking hopes the Dragons will want a slice of his gourmet cheesecake business. A drone hire company enter the Den with investment firmly in their sight. Finally two PR professionals are hoping they are just the tonic the Dragons have been waiting for with their collagen-infused gin, but will the multimillionaire investors agree their mix of alcohol and beauty is the next big thing?
An inventor with a passion for pets hopes the Dragons will come running when he blows his cat whistle, while an ice cream entrepreneur plans to tempt the multi millionaires to invest in her coconut-based desserts. And it is play time in the Den when a carpenter brings the outside in for some fun and games - but will getting an investment be child's play?
A mother-and-son street food team try to keep their cool as they make the Dragons a spicy business proposition, while a former teacher faces a potentially life-changing lesson when he presents his schoolwork-marking system. Finally, it is cocktail hour in the Den when the Dragons get the measure of an alcoholic idea from two honorary Geordies.
A Polish former footballer hopes the Dragons will rise to the occasion as he strives for investment in his unique flour-free bread, and an enterprising hairstylist attempts to avoid knotty problems as the investors scrutinise her hair extension storage system. And, finally, a trip across the Atlantic might be a route to investment - or a wild Dragon chase - for a pair of US-based entrepreneurs who hope to clean up online.
An entrepreneur makes a passionate plea to the Dragons as she looks to get the green light for her green tea business, and an inventor wants to convince the multimillionaires that his bathroom fixing system can cause a big splash in the building trade. Finally, the Dragons meet a foodie who believes that he has created a whole new type of snack - but when it comes to the crunch, will they invest?
A Texas-born entrepreneur hopes to dazzle the Dragons with the quality of her condiments, and a pair of Lancashire lads tempt the Den's resident petrolheads with a business that offers big prizes - and potentially big returns. Finally an entrepreneur thinks he has got the magic ingredient in his range of vegan-friendly drinks and chocolates but will it be enough to pull an investment out of the hat?
There is a festive mood in the Den as Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani face a batch of nervous entrepreneurs keen to secure the perfect Christmas present - an investment from one of the UK's most influential multi-millionaires.
Tonight, an American inventor is hopeful that his Christmas tree stand will become an essential decorating accessory with a little help from a Dragon, whilst an entrepreneur pitching a family games idea gets the investors guessing. The man behind a personalised comic book business must make a big life decision if he wants to secure a Dragon. And, finally, there is a bid for a sweet deal from one of the biggest names in British confectionery.
A husband-and-wife team hope to toast success with a whisky-themed idea. A young yoga entrepreneur surprises the Dragons with news of past riches. And a trio of entrepreneurs are looking to wrap up a deal in their parcel delivery boxes, but can they convince the Dragons they are the whole package for investment?
A Yorkshire chef with a passion for pies is hoping to tickle the Dragons' taste buds with his bespoke pastry business. A Dutch designer pitches his eco-friendly furniture company and an entrepreneurial duo attempt to secure a deal with their artisan craft gin. But will they leave the Den toasting their success or drowning their sorrows?
In the penultimate episode of the series, a trio of cycling enthusiasts try to get a Dragon on board their bike taxi business. A former dentistry student hopes to leave the Den with a smile on her face after pitching her range of kids' toothbrushes. And will a protein snack bar business run by two combat experts be judged fit for investment?
In this episode, a fruity water entrepreneur hopes the Dragons will develop a crush on his product and help him take it global. There's something fishy going on as the investors try out a savoury snack with love-or-hate appeal. And there's a fragrant air in the Den as a cosmetic couple present their eco-friendly body and skincare brand.
Tonight is all about the innovators, whose strong personalities risk provoking a fiery response. A father and son team face potential wipeout as they present a colourful take on the wetsuit. A pair of ex-politicos go from Westminster to the web as they attempt to take on the energy market and the Dragons. A husband and wife team pitch their authentic African coffee ceremony that they think has a place on one of the most famous high streets in the world. And finally a fake tan entrepreneur who has already been on Irish Dragons' Den decides she has the nerve to face more Dragons.
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