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Dragons’ Den

Articles and news on the entrepreneurs featured on the BBC show Dragons’ Den.

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Dragons’ Den: Everything’s gone green – S19, ep2

This week’s show was all about green products from compostable paint trays and eco body products to real-grass indoor toilet training for puppies

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Dragons’ Den: We meet the baby dragon – S19, ep 1

New dragon Stephen Bartlett unfurled his wings on this season’s opening episode – and immediately singed Peter Jones and Touker Suleyman

News

Who is Steven Bartlett, the Dragons’ Den dragon?

Steven Bartlett, the new dragon on Dragons' Den, started a social media business from his bedroom, aged 21. Today he is a multimillionaire entrepreneur, investor, author and podcast host

Starting a Business

Touker Suleyman 7 tips for starting your own business

Touker Suleyman, star of TV’s Dragons' Den, shares his top tips for starting your own business

Questions & Answers

Tweet questions to Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis

Join the Dragons’ Den star and small business cheerleader for a special Twitter Q&A this Thursday at 4pm using the hashtag #AskTheoPaphitis

Series

Who were the Dragons’ Den Dragons and where are they now?

As series 19 of Dragons' Den approaches, we remember the previous occupants of those infamous chairs and find out where they are now

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Simon Woodroffe

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Sarah Willingham

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James Caan

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Duncan Bannatyne

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Rachel Elnaugh

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Piers Linney

Masterclass Series

The funding landscape

This article from Tracc looks at the changing funding landscape and how business owners can improve their chance to secure funding themselves

Partner content

5 tools to help monetise your content in 2022

We explore five online tools that you can use to help you monetise your content in 2022

Partner content

Tooling up for hybrid

Equipping your people with the best technologies for the hybrid workplace

Partner content

Securing your business in the hybrid workplace

Ensure your business is prepared for the increasing threat of cybercrime