Who was the thriftiest dragon on this sequence of Dragons’ Den?

As sequence 19 of Dragons’ Den involves an finish, we’ve been left scratching our heads…

As sequence 19 of Dragons’ Den involves an finish, we’ve been left scratching our heads with what to do with our time.

We noticed all of it: blasts from the previous, erotic purses, petty spats and a pitch which left Steven Bartlett in tears.

However two questions had been left unanswered. First, what number of occasions did Touker Suleyman put on that shirt? And second, who was essentially the most cautious dragon of all of them?

It seems Sara Davies was, spending a paltry £347,500 (sure, we’ve finished the maths), with half of that off the again of 1 pitch.

That hefty £150,000 funding was into Toto in episode 2, a sort of Apple look ahead to infants to assist them get to sleep. It appeared Sara was the one snoozing after that pitch although, as the opposite dragons’ thirst for offers overtook the ‘Crafting Queen’ in subsequent episodes.

The largest spender, nevertheless, was Dragons’ Den veteran Peter Jones. He invested a whopping £527,500 over the course of the sequence, together with his largest funding being £150,000 in Extend Robotics within the very first episode. Our dragons actually had been keen beavers this sequence, weren’t they?

Deborah Meaden will get second spot, parting methods with £476,667, adopted by new boy Steven with £434,167 and Touker with £395,167. 

Toto and Prolong Robotics had been the largest winners when it got here to capital invested, with solely three different companies coming away from the den with six-figure investments.

Right here’s the desk of all funding totals this sequence.


Steven Sara Deborah Peter Touker
Episode 1 £85,000 £150,000
Episode 2 £50,000 £150,000 £85,000
Episode 3 £66,667 £16,667 £16,667
Episode 4 £70,000 £75,000 £70,000
Episode 5 £25,000 £50,000 £50,000 £25,000
Episode 6 £25,000 £25,000 £150,000
Episode 7 £40,000 £80,000 £40,000
Episode 8 £25,000 £25,000
Episode 9 £30,000 £30,000 £50,000
Episode 10 £45,000 £75,000 £45,000
Episode 11 £40,000 £40,000
Episode 12 £25,000 £75,000 £25,000
Episode 13 £7,500 £7,500 £50,000 £57,500 £7,500
Episode 14 £30,000 £25,000 £55,000 £66,000
Whole £434,167 £347,500 £476,667 £527,500 £395,167

Extra on Dragons’ Den

Dragons’ Den – sharing is caring, S19, Ep 13