In Series 13 of Dragons’ Den we are introduced to three new Dragons – Nick Jenkins, Sarah Willingham and Touker Suleyman.
They join existing Dragons Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden, as entrepreneurs enter the den to pitch their business ideas in the hope of securing investment and kick-starting their businesses.
Pitches include a canine member of Team GB and a garden shed invention from and 18-year-old, but will anyone walk away with a deal?
There are some true inventors in the Den this episode, including a returning entrepreneur with a new outdoor space saving device. Will the Dragons bite?
The Den is full of eye-catching businesses - male leggings, hi-vis sportswear, sandwich boards with a difference and an energy-efficient light bulb.
A mother-and-daughter duo pitch their children's waterproof products and a trio of break dancers introduce the Dragons to some innovative earphones. Will the Dragons feel the need to…
The Dragons are faced with five eco-friendly coffins, get to grips with a sleek new electric toothbrush and meet a pop star's daughter with an online shopping service for men.
The Dragons test out an alarmed anti-piracy device for sailors, have a play with a children's bike horn and get a taste of the Orient with a new flavou r.
A father-and-son team demonstrate their new safety device for boats, and a homemade marmalade brand tries to whet the Dragons' appetite. Will anyone manage to walk away with a deal…
Will a registered nurse gain investment for her life-saving product, or will the Dragons have more enthusiasm for a Scottish energy-drinks business?