Entrepreneurs invited to apply for next series of Dragons’ Den

BBC has called on UK start-ups with investment-ready business ideas and products to submit entries to pitch to its panel of dragon investors...

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The BBC has announced it is looking for UK entrepreneurs to submit “amazing” business proposals to appear on the 14th series of Dragons’ Den; the popular TV show where start-ups pitch to panel of successful business men and women.

The show intends to gather entries for “fantastic business ideas or products that are investment-ready” and has called on business owners that need cash for their business ideas to apply.

The current series of Dragons’ Den has seen a host of interesting and innovative pitches to dragons Nick Jenkins, Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Sarah Willingham and 2015 Startups Awards judge Touker Suleyman. You can read the latest pitches here and find out more about the dragons here.

Running for over 10 years, Dragons’ Den has seen a number of successful start-up businesses and entrepreneurs pass through its doors with many having gone on to become household names such as Trunki, Levi Roots, Tangle Teezer and hungryhouse.

You may also like: Dragons’ Den’s most successful businesses

Entrepreneurs wanting to apply for the 14th series can do so by clicking here, or by emailing apply.dragonsden@bbc.co.uk.

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