“Looked A Bit Orange To Me, Rather Than Tanned” | Dragons’ Den

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Kate Cotton and Louise Ferguson are next to enter The Den. They’re seeking an investment of £60,000 in exchange for a 5% stake in their tanning product, Skinny Tan. They have travelled all the way from Australia to pitch to the Dragons, will it all be worth it?

Season 11, Episode 1

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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