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But which of the brave entrepreneurs who entered the Den have done the best? Who has made the most of appearing on the show? And which products did you forget were even on Dragons’ Den? What happened next: Danny initially accepted this deal from the Dragons but after filming he decided against it after all, instead going for a bank loan.
And it paid off, because his 3D puzzles went a bit crazy and started selling rather well indeed. A soft toy with a screen and USB cable so kids can watch and cuddle at the same time, the product did really well after its launch as Argos signed an exclusive deal before it was later sold in shops like Hamleys, Harrods, Toys R Us and Tesco. What happened next: Who doesn’t love a bit of a boogie? That must have been what Deborah Meaden was thinking when she invested in Swing Patrol, a company that now offers weekly classes, festivals, dance workshops and four performance troupes. What happened next: As long as there are cute little kids, there will be theatre schools, but Denise’s Razzamataz franchise was such a success that it ended up popping up all over the country and even internationally. What’s more, Denise signed a deal with First Choice so that her company could supply teachers to Holiday Villages. A couple of years ago, she even bought back Duncan’s stake in the company.