American author, business coach and influencer, Jeff Wolf writes about the biggest lessons Shark Tank can teach you about communication skills.
Riding high on their Dragons Den appearance, Mo Bros founders Keval, Kunal and Savan Dattani are taking over the male grooming sector one beard at a time.
We speak to Dragons’ Den star, Deborah Meaden about her involvement with a competition that brings together her passion for entrepreneurship, idea innovation and animals.
The 2009 winner of The Apprentice talks about her life following the show, including her time working for two very famous entrepreneurs.
Starting life in their university dorm, Young Ones is a dual sportswear and professional hockey gear brand that’s set to be the Nike style double-threat of the future.
Serial entrepreneur and former Dragons’ Den investor Theo Paphitis has never experienced a Christmas trading period “so hard and unforgiving”.
It’s impossible to hide from reality TV these days, especially in the world of business. But what relevance and value does it have in today’s economy?
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.