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Barenaked Foods celebrate Waitrose deal

Low carb, gluten-free pasta specialists Barenaked Foods have signed a deal with Waitrose, the food retail division of the John Lewis Partnership, to sell their range of noodles and rice. 258 more words

Congratulations to Blue Badge Company

Many, many congratulations to my client, the amazing Ellen Green of Blue Badge Company, which makes quality products here in the UK. Not only did Ellen enter the daunting… 138 more words

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Dragons' Den: Why I turned down Touker Suleyman's £70,000 investment

It takes courage to turn down an offer of £70,000, especially when the offer is made on national television.
But Ellen Green, company director of the Blue Badge Company, said no to investor Touker Suleyman on BBC2 series Dragons’ Den, which aired on Sunday night. 12 more words

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This entrepreneur backed out of a Dragons' Den deal, and the reason why is a lesson for all business owners

At 24, Lisa Fraser was an art and design school grad with an idea. Now, at 27, she’s chief executive of an international medical supply company, a celebrated entrepreneur, and is known for having turned down a $500,000 investment offer on the CBC reality show… 660 more words

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Does it rain in #liverpool? #tvgold #dragonsden #nickjenkins

“Does it rain in Liverpool?” asked Nick Jenkins, the new dragon in the den. We had it down as a rhetorical question but the entrepreneurs answered the question. 58 more words

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How to be 'mad keen.'

I am a fan of #Dragonsden, the BBC2 show where entrepreneurs pitch for investment to five humans referred to as Dragons.  Of course because I am not pitching, I have all the answers and solutions for the entrepreneurs.  130 more words

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Sales People - Do You Get in the Way of the Sales Process?

Sales People. Do You Get In the Way of the Sales Process?

How many of you watched Deborah Meaden retract her offer of investment this week on Dragon’s Den? 775 more words

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