5 Valuations That Left The Dragons COMPLETELY Puzzled | Dragons’ Den

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Time and time again on Dragons’ Den the entrepreneurs fall down on the valuation of their businesses. They stand before the Dragons and ask for too much money for too little equity, and the Dragons always notice.

00:23 – Denis Ahmet and Tim Hamilton pitch ‘Dancercise’

14:42 – Adam Ewart pitches ‘SendMyBag’

26:06 – Ajit Chambers pitches ‘The Old London Underground Company’

38:09 – Fraser Fearnhead pitches ‘The House Crowd’

49:07 – Charlotte Dauzat and Kim Lamza pitch ‘Gato and Co’

An international sensation, Dragon’s Den features entrepreneurs pitching for investment in the Den from our Dragons, five venture capitalists willing to invest their own money in exchange for equity.

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