Deborah Meaden Didn’t Know About This Environmental Issue | Dragons’ Den

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Kier Carnie From Nuud is next into The Den to pitch his environmentally friendly chewing gum business. He’s seeking an investment of £50,000 in exchange for 10% of his eco-friendly company. Nuud Gum is plant-based, plastic free and biodegradable chewing gum.

Season 18, Episode 14

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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