Dragons’ Den Is Searching For Entrepreneurs In Need Of Investment
The BBC Dragons’ Den is calling for budding entrepreneurs looking for investment to appear on its next business pitching reality TV show.
Dragons’ Den is back in production for its 16th series and on the hunt for investment-ready business ideas, inventions or products.
The show, which gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to five high-profile venture capitalists, has helped to support a number of UK fast growing startups, such as Levi Roots’ Reggae Reggae Sauce and GripIt, since launching in 2005.
The current series has seen 26 entrepreneurs accepted offers of investment from the Dragons, with a combined total of over £1.7 million.
Entrepreneurs and startups wanting to apply can do so via an online application and must be over 18.
Ideas will be assessed on several factors including growth and strength.