Dragons Den Invests in Cannabis Product

Dragons Den Invests in Cannabis Product Looking for investment in Cananbis Hemp Prodoct.

The Den doors are open as multimillionaire investors Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell take their seats and are primed to invest in a new batch of entrepreneurs.

 

A team of two make an impact with their innovative skin care products made from hemp.

 

Dragons’ Den 2018 is back on BBC Two tonight: Meet the dragons and latest contestants below.

 

Peter Jones became worried a behind the scenes Drug ring would emerge.

He commented "I will not test the product in case it affects my decision making and I might say yes"

 

Tej Lalvani was interested to get it Clinically Proven to validate the product for sale, but felt the cost of over £100,000 made it uninvestable for the money requested.

 

The team of two were asked hoe much they invested and a slip that they had invested in 10,000 sq meter building and offices had cost an extra £100,000 already, which made their total outlay of £200,000+.

 

Other details of how they did not own the product but had 60% + 10% partnership with a contract that seemed to have no renegotiation or continuation.

 

Yet Jenny Campbell stepped up to the mark and made an offer of all the money for 25% of the business.

Jenny Campbell makes an offer of all the money for 25% of the business.

The offer was accepted.

 

Dragons’ Den 2018 is back 9PM on BBC Two : Meet the dragons.

 

Dragons’ Den 2018 is back on BBC Two tonight: Meet the dragons and latest contestants below. Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell return ready to pounce on profit-making ideas.

 

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