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Dragons’ Den returns with two new multi-millionaires entering the fray

[D]ragons’ Den opens its doors for its fifteenth series with two brand-new multi-millionaire investors joining the line-up, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell.

Jenny and Tej will join original Dragon Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden who joined in series three and Touker Suleyman who joined in series 13.

This series the Dragons saw 102 business pitches from entrepreneurs looking for investment with 26 receiving the cash, the most in any series to date. Keen to spend their cash as new Dragons Tej and Jenny made the most investments.

Dragons’ Den is produced by BBC Studios, the BBC’s main TV production arm.

BBC Studios launched as a wholly-owned commercial subsidiary in April 2017, able to make programmes for other broadcasters as well as the BBC. BBC Studios supports the BBC’s public service mission and will generate financial returns for licence fee payers.

Executive Producer: Darrell Olsen
Commissioner: Rachel Ashdown

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