Dragon's Den star gives Dimensional Art gift shop a boost A CARD and gift shop in Barry has been given a boost from Dragon’s Den star Theo Paphitis. Natalie Bolan, owner of Dimensional Art, tweeted retail entrepreneur Theo Paphitis as part of his Small Business Sunday competition.
West Midlands businessman branded 'high maintenance' by Theo Paphitis in 'car crash' Dragon's Den pitch
A West Midlands entrepreneur was given a hard time by dragons as he pitched his business - being branded "high maintenance" and "arrogant". Ben Ridgway, who appeared on the show with business partner Liam Johnson, entered the den in a bid to boost their voice enhanced learning and reading app.
Toy business started by Milton Keynes mum at her kitchen table wins huge boost from Dragon Den's Theo Paphitis
Theo plugged the business to his half a million followers on social media An educational toy business started by an MK mum and dad has gained worldwide recognition thanks to a Dragon's Den expert. Teddo Play was started by and her husband Amit round their kitchen table 18 months ago.
Two young entrepreneurs from Eastbourne have been hailed as rising stars in the world of business. Fifteen-year-old Jack Knight and his brother Harry, 12, won the small business award from Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis in November 2020 after forming Animate Our Logo during the first lockdown.
A Toast In The Post company wins award from Dragons' Den star A drink-sharing idea which has helped connect friends separated by the pandemic is now the winner of two national awards, including one from Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis. A Toast In The Post was launched online by David and Jane Charnley, both 47, after their work in the events industry was hit by the Covid crisis.
DUBLIN couple James and Aileen McCauley said they're "delighted" after they scored a £50k investment from Sara Davies on Dragons Den. to pitch their product The Wriggler - an anti-roll portable baby-changing mat specially designed for babies and toddlers who wriggle and writhe during a nappy change.
FANS of Dragons' Den were left in shock as Peter Jones was replaced by former Dragon Theo Paphitis in last night's episode. The former dragon - who quit the show in 2012 - made an impressive comeback to the Den as he helped out Peter Jones, who was self-isolating.
Entrepreneur Robert Simpson has vowed to make the TV dragons eat their words after failing to secure financial backing for his Tipsi Tray innovation that began life in Halifax. The 29-year-old, who was brought up in Halifax, clashed with Theo Paphitis during a tense pitch to the potential investors on this week’s Dragon’s Den programme where he hoped to secure £50,000 investment for a 10 per cent stake in the business.
returned to 'Dragons' Den' on Thursday (03.06.21), nine years after departing the show, as he replaced Peter Jones on the panel while the billionaire businessman self-isolated returned to 'Dragons' Den' on Thursday (03.06.21), nine years after his departure. The 61-year-old businessman – who initially starred on the BBC show between 2005 and 2012 – made a surprise comeback in place of Peter Jones, who was forced to self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Dragon Theo Paphitis excited fans on social media when he stepped in to replace his former Dragons' Den cast mate Peter Jones who was self-isolating due to the coronavirus pandemic Dragons' Den whipped up a fire on social media when an old Dragon star made an epic return to the BBC One studio.
How Theo Paphitis made his millions, loving wife and explosive Dragons' Den return Popular former Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis is making a much-welcomed return tonight to stand in for Peter Jones while he self-isolates - and he certainly has history with the show Where former Dragons' Den bosses are now - clashes, axings and business failure
Popular former Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis is making a much-welcomed return tonight to stand in for Peter Jones while he self-isolates - and he certainly has history with the show Theo Paphitis is making an explosive return to Dragons' Den tonight - eight years after leaving the show.
Dragon’s Den star Theo Paphitis has given his support to an Isle of Wight company which makes bags and other from recycled fabrics as part of ‘Small Business Sunday’. Samm Collins, who runs Samm Designs, manufactures items such as handbags from recycled fabric and tweeted Theo during the weekly celebration of all things small business.
Theo Paphitis congratulated Plymouth man Steven Bartlett on making history as the youngest Dragon on the BBC series A Plymouth man has been congratulated by ex-Dragon Theo Paphitis after his appointment to join the latest line-up of the BBC series.It was announced on Thursday that former Plymstock School pupil Steven Bartlett would be sitting amongst business legends Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman and Sara Davies.
, retail entrepreneur and star of TV’s Dragons’ Den, has called for the abolition of business rates to future-proof the UK high street.Speaking on the Go Radio Business Show with Hunter & Haughey, Mr Paphitis said: “The high street is varied and has lots of moving parts so predicting its future is not just a binary black and white answer.
HMV is among retailers to have reopened stores from the latest lockdown / Anumber of retailers have recorded a jump in in footfall compared with when shops reopened from the first lockdown, and said they have been encouraged by trading so far this week. Firms and entrepreneurs gave updates on their performance and observations since ‘non essential’ retailers were allowed to reopen stores on April 12. Theo Paphitis, the chairman of Boux Avenue, Ryman and Robert Dyas said: “It's encouraging to see that consumers
Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis has told LBC that the re-opening of non-essential retail in England is "quite exhilarating".Gyms, pub gardens and non-essential shops have welcomed back customers today as England's lockdown restrictions have been eased.Mr Paphitis, who owns Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue, told LBC: "To actually get colleagues back to work and visit the stores today and see people back in those stories...it really is like taking a breath after being under water for a very long time.
Southend business backed by former Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis An innovative mother is looking to take her burgeoning business to the next level after being backed by retail tycoon Theo Paphitis.
Dragons' Den returns to BBC One tonight, with a new set of hopefuls needing investment.But the Dragons haven't always got it right.Here we take a look at the rejects who went on to make millions from their businesses.
Dragon's Den's Theo Paphitis chooses Vie's Jamaican Rum Cakes as #SBS winner A FORMER Dragon and stationery giant has given recognition to a small Lake District business.