Applications now open for Dragons’ Den Series 15

The BBC is looking for “great business ideas” to follow in the footsteps of Levi Roots, Trunki and Hungry House

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The BBC is calling on UK entrepreneurs with “great business ideas” to apply for the next series of Dragons’ Den and be in with a chance of securing investment from its panel of multi-millionaire angel investors.

Applicants will be assessed on a number of factors including the strength of the business idea, whether the business plan is robust and financials like projected turnover.

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The current line-up of investors on the show consists of the Den’s longest-serving Dragon Peter Jones, serial entrepreneur Deborah Meaden, Moonpig founder and 2016 Startups Awards judge Nick Jenkins, restaurateur and money advice expert Sarah Willingham, and Hawes and Curtis boss Touker Suleyman.

Now in its 12th year, Dragons’ Den has been responsible for launching a number of brands and companies into the mainstream including Levi Roots, Mainstage Travel, Hungry House and Trunki.

To apply for the 15th series of Dragons’ Den click here.


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