Magmatic founder Rob Law appeared on Dragons’ Den in 2006 pitching his Trunki range of children’s suitcases – but was rejected by the Dragons. “It’s been my only regret,” says Duncan Bannatyne about this children’s luggage business.
Since then, Law has grown his business to £2m – selling one of his ride-on pieces every 3.5 minutes – and boasts high-profile customers such as Rod Stewart, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Your children will love Bernard the Bee.
Where from: Trunki.co.ukHow much: £35
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