The Dragons' Den has shut up shop, the five chairs stand empty and the hopeful entrepreneurs who climbed those stairs either walked away with a multimillionaire investor or left the Den with nothing at all. But what happens when those Den doors close?
In Dragons' Den: What Happened Next we follow each Dragon as they leave the Den to return to their business empires and their multimillionaire lifestyles. We go with them as they bring their expertise to new Den investments from this series and check up on their previous ones. We'll be hearing from some of those entrepreneurs whose deal didn't go through, and find out the reasons why. We also drop in on a few entrepreneurs who walked away from the Den empty-handed. Were the Dragons right, or will they prove to be the ones that got away?
In this edition we're with Peter Jones as he leaves the Den and returns to his day job. First on his busy schedule is one of this series' most memorable investments. Kirsty Henshaw made an emotional pitch in the Den when she came in with her frozen dessert business. Peter's keen to get Kirsty's product on shelves of major supermarkets as soon as possible and goes with her to broker a very important breakthrough deal. From a brand new investment to a Den favourite - Peter meets up with the condiment king Levi Roots to push what has become the Reggae Reggae sauce empire to even further heights.
Plus, how does Peter Jones relax after a gruelling series in the Den? We go with him and his family as they climb aboard the private jet for a well-earned break in the Algarve. Heston's ex head chef is in the kitchen and golf partner Alan Shearer is waiting at the tee. Even when it comes to holidays, a Dragon never does anything by halves.
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