BBC One’s Dragons’ Den returned Thursday night with a hopeful new crop.
Peter Jones (55 years old), Deborah Meaden (62 years old), Tuker Sreyman (68 years old), Sarah Davies, 37, there was a rookie Stephen Bartlett, 29 on the panel.
And Stephen, the youngest dragon the program has ever seen, made sure to mark him as he was caught up in a huge on-air line when he collided with Touker.
Came back! Dragons’ Den will be on Thursday with newcomer Stephen Bartlett (29) along with Peter Jones (55), Deborah Meaden (62), Touker Sreyman (68) and Sarah Davies (37). I returned to the panel.
Fashion retail entrepreneur Touker, who is considered worth £ 200 million, was seen screaming, “I’m telling you exactly what I think.”
And refusing to retreat, social media CEO Stephen counterattacked: “And I’m telling you what I think.”
Another enthusiastic exchange saw Tuker ask: “What do you know about your business?” Stephen replied: “I built a £ 300 million business at the age of 28. did.”
This line was included in a series of clips that previewed what viewers could expect from the 19th series of shows.
fuming! Stephen, the youngest dragon the program has ever seen, was marked when he was caught in a huge on-air line when he collided with Touker (pictured).
Stephen, now The Social Chain, CEO of social media marketing agency (currently worth £ 300 million), was officially anointed as a new dragon when the new series aired on January 6th.
Last week’s tweet, starAfter dropping out of college at the age of 22, he founded the company from his bedroom in Manchester, wrote:Ten years ago, at the age of 18, he applied for pitching with the Dragons. Ten years later, at the age of 28, I am honored to sit between them.
Born in Botswana and raised in Plymouth, the young entrepreneur replaced Tej Lalvani, 46, at the show.
Drama! Touker was seen screaming: “I’m telling you exactly what I think.” And refusing to retreat, social media CEO Stephen counterattacks. Did: “And I’m telling you what I think”
snap! Another enthusiastic exchange saw Tuker ask: “What do you know about your business?” Stephen replied: “I built a £ 300 million business at the age of 28. did”
Entrepreneurs admitted that after quitting a course at Manchester Metropolitan University, they were afraid that they would never succeed in life.
Stephen wrote in his book Happy Sexy Millionaire that he was “a broken, lonely, unstable college dropout from a bankrupt family” at the time.
After quitting college, he started Wall Park. A platform for students before setting up social and media chains-brands that have worked under names such as Apple, Amazon, and Coca-Cola.
Prior to shooting Dragon’s Den He said BBC Radio 1Xtra If you don’t know Podcast, he decided to join the panel because “there was no young black man in the show” and he wanted to be a role model for others.
He said: ‘Many of the reasons I want to be a dragon and want to do a show are because I know the show is a big platform and I don’t attend the show as an entrepreneur. There were no young black men in the show.
“I feel responsible for doing this, as 12-year-old Steve and other 12-year-old Steves can also be businessmen.
“Seeing someone like me not wearing a suit at the show is exactly what you’re crazy about, like hip-hop music, Jollof rice, Manchester United, etc. I think it’s an enabler. ..
“Because role models are the most powerful when they can relate to the path they walked.
Stephen also appeals to “underestimation” and is driven by the desire to encourage and enable people to thrive in the business world.
Dragons’ Den star gets caught in an on-air line and new boy Steven Bartlett clashes with Tuker Sreyman
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