British multi-millionairess, Deborah Meaden launched her own glass and ceramics export company straight out of business college. Duncan Bannatyne began by trading in cars, but it was with an ice cream van that he changed the course of his life. Peter Jones' entrepreneurial journey started at the age of 16, when he founded a tennis academy. Theo Paphitis has turned Ryman, Contessa, La Senza and Partners the Stationers into successful and profitable retail businesses. James Caan is a serial entrepreneur and multi-millionaire. His business interests are consultancy and outsourcing. Richard Farleigh is a full time business angel who has possibly invested in more new UK companies than any other British investor. Evan Davis is a British economist and journalist and presents Dragons' Den on BBC Two.
I can not give honest feedback as this was bought as a gift. I am sure that there are some inspirational ideas within. Read morePublished on 25 July 2012 by Elayne
The book arrived much quicker than the vendors stated it would, it's condition is "new" feels like it just came off the printers shelf, amazing for the money... Read morePublished on 3 July 2012 by kenl
An interesting book, I am a big fan of the show, so was an obvious purchase for me!! It's good to discover how the dragon's made their millions. Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2012 by Mr. Ciaran Connolly
This book arrived in good condition in a short space of time. The book is a must for anyone wanting to start up in business. Written in a clear and concise manner.Published on 29 Oct. 2011 by Mrs. K. Macleod
I was bought this book as a present because I spend a lot of my time hunting and fighting dragons. In particular I have been keen to improve my skills when confronted by the beasts... Read morePublished on 10 Feb. 2009 by Dr. M von Vogelhausen