BBC Pays Cash for Ideas
Do you need cash for your business idea? Dragons' Den is the show that gives investment ready entrepreneurs the opportunity to pitch their idea to a panel of five millionaire business people, all of whom invested a substantial amount in the first series and are serious about investing their own money again. They are looking for business ideas, significant inventions or products with serious business potential that are in the right phase of development, investment ready and are looking for funding.
They want to give entrepreneurs the chance to pitch their proposals to a panel of the UK's most successful business people. They have pledged to invest their own money in the best ideas. The show is in its second series for BBC2 and if you are an entrepreneur, with a fantastic business idea or product that is investment-ready, then they want to hear from you.
For an application form, email email@example.com or call 09011 110825 (calls cost 25p). Advice and support for staff and local people wishing to start their own businesses is also available through the Business Enterprise Centre.
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