Peter Gets Into Tetchy Exchange Over “Pending Contracts” | Dragons’ Den

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First to face the Dragons is Steven Reynolds, pitching a business aimed at encouraging children to get involved in fitness activities. Focused on tackling the UK’s £15.8bn childhood obesity problem, Micro Fitness offers 21 different classes including a mobile gym, scooter fitness, yoga, Zumba, and martial arts to children aged three and over.

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