Eco Warrior Ditched Millionaire Making Company To Launch This Product… | Dragons’ Den

Eco warrior ditched millionaire making company to launch this product... | dragons' den

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Eco Entrepreneur, Mike Shaw has developed a brand of water bottles made with corn starch in the hopes to combat plastic waste. He’s seeking a £50,000 investment in exchange for 10%

Season 17, Episode 13

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