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Dragon's Den What Happened Next

This is the age of reality television shows where winners have much to win and losers have nothing to lose but much to gain in terms of publicity and fame! Dragons’ Den was a hugely popular BBC venture capitalist programme with Evan Davis, a British economist as the show’s host. Dragons’ Den What Happened Next is an ‘in retrospect’ of what happened after Dragons’ Den.

Entrepreneurs brimming with ideas participate in the show and pitch for financial assistance for their innovative business ideas. They pledge a stake of their company to the Dragons who offer to fund their brainchild. Dragons’ Den was nominated for several awards for their originality and entertainment value.

Dragons’ Den What Happened Next tells us what transpired after they bagged these lucrative deals.

Dragons’ Den What Happened Next

The popularity of the show was enough reason to prompt its producers to bring together the most popular participants and investors from the show and put together Dragons’ Den What Happened Next in the year 2010.

The Dragons participating in the current episodes of Dragons’ Den What Happened Next are Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden and James Caan. Each episode of Dragons’ Den what happened next is woven around a dragon and his successes and failures.

Dragons’ Den What Happened Next showcases the entrepreneurs who were successful in getting funding for their business ventures, the ones who failed miserably and went on to taste success without any assistance from the dragons.The Dragons are showcased in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next as regretting some of the business investments they made and not identifying the business potential of some other entrepreneurs whom they underestimated and failed to support financially.

As Dragons’ Den What Happened Next proceeds, we see the dragons singing the success of their business investments and taking a second look at the rejected business proposals and re-negotiating with the entrepreneurs who succeeded without their investment.

Dragons’ Den What Happened Next– Some Success Stories

Kymera Magic Wand

Stuff that dreams are made of! That just about sums up the story of Chris Barnardo and Richard Blakesley. As narrated in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next series, the duo was offered a whopping £200,000 for a stake of 20% in the product. And the product? A mere magic wand hitherto unheard of except in fairytales- The Kymera Magic Wand, a remote control that can operate your television with a swish of the wand! The Dragons went into a frenzy bidding for the product with Duncan Bannatyne ultimately declaring the winning bid. At Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, Duncan Bannatyne, the investor in this product revealed that The Wand Company grossed £1 m in the first year of its release and is expected to gross double in the coming year.

Rapstrap

At the Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, the investor talks about the Rapstrap success. A Rapstrap is a plastic strap used to tie cables, plants, ropes etc together into bundles and cut short like a cable tie. The advantage of a Rapstrap is that it can be reused.

Andrew Harsley pitched and successfully sold half of his company for £150,000. The deal was struck with Dragons James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne. Andrew Harsley’s success story continues as revealed in the Dragons’ Den What Happened Next with a £36 million contract for his innovative reusable strap that made his company one of the leading plastic distributors worldwide. Another success story in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next series!

Reggae Reggae Sauce

Yet another runaway success narrated at the Dragons’ Den What Happened Next Series. Levi Root convinced Dragons Richard Farleigh and Peter Jones to invest £50,000 for 40% of his company’s stakes.

Thanks to the hugely popular show Dragons’ Den that prompted its producers to create the sequel, Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, Reggae Reggae Sauce was stocked up by Sainsbury who expected a sale of 50,000 bottles a year, but went on to sell a record breaking 50,000 bottles per week!

Chocbox- A plastic box used for enclosing connections safely by using electric barrier strips. At Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, Peter Moule, the inventor and one of the investors Duncan Bannatyne narrate the success of the product. A deal for £150,000 was struck with Duncan Bannatyne and James Caan. Very soon Peter got a deal worth £25 million that kick started his business venture to success. At Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, Bannatyne reveals this as his best investment.

Dragons’ Den Failures Turned into Successes

Dragons’ were not always right about entrepreneurs as revealed in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next. Here are some of the failures that turned their bad luck to successes and testified before the camera in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next.

Luminous balloons hit Jackpot- A 29 year old with a water buoy apparatus that can keep the keys afloat with the use of a luminous balloon boldly rejected the Dragons’ offer of £ 200,000 for a stake in his firm.He went on to sell five million balloons within a year! A brave success reported by Dragons’ Den What Happened Next!

A Success Story with Kids- Success stories like this should inspire us to strive harder and never lose hope. Dragons’ Den What Happened Next reports that Rob Law the creator of brand Trunki, a luggage specially designed to carry books, toys and clothing for children was never robbed of his courage to face the world after his humiliation on BBC. Judge Theo pulled out one of the straps from his luggage bag which forced him to re-design his product that became a best seller instantly. Cup-A-Wine-James- Nash’s pitch for his single serve plastic wine glass container with a seal on top that doubles up as a wine glass was rejected by Dragon Duncan Bannatyne as not very appealing. James now struggles to supply the huge demand for his product at Marks and Spencer. Another memorable success reported in Dragons’ Den What Happened Next: another Dragons’ decision gone awry!

Dragons’ Failure

Here’s the sad story of failure of dragons despite support. Reported by Dragons’ Den What Happened Next, Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis invested £100,000 in JPM Eco Logistics, an environment friendly haulage company and lost the investment. A second grant of £ 27,500 was shelled out by the dragons from their own pocket as the company failed to take off which too did not help them from winding up.

Dragons’ Den What Happened Next is a candid confession of the Dragons that investment wizards too are not without their flaws. In Dragons’ Den What Happened Next we also see the courage and perseverance of entrepreneurs that created successes beyond imagination. Dragons’ Den What Happened Next pitches to the average youth to hold on to their dreams. Dragons’ Den What Happened Next is also a pitch to the investors that mistakes are imminent no matter how shrewd you are!

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Description- Dragons’ Den What Happened Next is a candid confession of the Dragons that investment wizards too are not without their flaws.