My View on Dragons’ Den

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My View on Dragons’ Den:

This is my article about my opinion on the business show Dragons’ Den.
Dragons’ Den first aired in 2012  where five business investors known as “The Dragons’” though it was a good or bad to invest into a person’s business. If they were interested in a particular person’s business idea they would make them an offer which the person could accept or decline after having a long hard think about it. However, if “The Dragons’” felt they had doubt about a particular person’s business idea they would tell them that they don’t want to invest and therefore that particular “Dragons” are out of the negotiations. If all of the “Dragons” are out of that particular person’s business then that person would walk out the den without any investment from any of the “Dragons”
There has been many “Dragons” over the years who include Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Jenny Campbell, Tej Lalvani, Touker Suleyman, Rachel Elnaugh, Doug Richard, Simon Woodroffe, Theo Paphitius, Duncan Bannatyne, Richard Farleigh, James Caan, Hilary Devey, Kelly Hoopen, Piers Linney, Sarah Willingham, and Nick Campbell.
I haven’t watched a lot of Dragons’ Den but I watched an episode around Christmas last year and found it extremely interesting of how the five “Dragons”  sometimes compete with each other to invest in someone’s business idea, and sometimes they miss the opportunity of investing  by counting themselves out.
To be honest I think some of the fired candidates from The Apprentice should try and get the “Dragons” to invest into their business even if Lord Alan Sugar doesn’t!


Submitted: April 23, 2019

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