Dragons’ Den is back and it started off with a bang – offering viewers the chance to see a company attract the attention of all five investors for the second time in its 13-series history.
Wimbledon may be over, but the easyGroup has a new family member with the introduction of easyTennis – referred to as “Tinder for tennis”.
After Sarah Willingham and Nick Jenkins announced they were leaving Dragons’ Den in January, the BBC has unveiled Steve Parish and Jenny Campbell as the 16th and 17th investors to appear on the show.
As one of the mainstays on investment show Dragons’ Den, Deborah Meaden has had a front row seat as the environment for entrepreneurship and business creation has evolved over the last decade.
Recent Dragons’ Den success story Active Away tells Real Business why it went on the investor show with a very clear, and unusual, goal in mind.
When it comes to marketing your brand, where exactly does TV advertising fit into that agenda? We’ve heard from leaders of brands including Secret Escapes and Oppo about how they feel.
Real Business is at The Business Show, where we’ve been busy scouting the wide array of stands, companies of all sizes, and talks taking place – one of which saw Dragons’ Den investor Touker Suleyman offering some of his insights.
When it comes to business meeting nightmares, new US president Donald Trump has come out on top as the leader Brits would hate to sit down with – more so than Katie Hopkins.
Having gone through the Dragons’ Den experience at the young age of 18, Christian Lane, the founder of home technology company Smarter, learned the key to investment success.
It often pays to know what firms have previously garnered investment before you pitch your business – so if you’re thinking of going on Dragons’ Den, here are a few stats that will make you celebrate… or not.
According to Dragons’ Den investor Peter Jones, Britain’s business growth can be secured by teaching five-year-olds the way of entrepreneurship – particularly as the country is in the process of future planning for leaving the European Union.
Real Business asked investors and applicants from BBC's Dragons’ Den what happened when the cameras weren’t rolling – from applying to be on the show to standing in front of the Dragons.