Paphitis as a Dragon The company in question was the Zapper trading website founded by Young Gun Ben Hardyment and Paphitis offered £ 250,000 for a 30% stake. However, according to Tiger Mobile, the deal fell through after the show.
Zapper bills itself as an easy way to make money. Despite stiff competition, Zapper is already a successful company: at the beginning of 2012 the acquired part had over 25,000 active customers and was selling 350,000 items with a turnover of over £ 1.3 million.
The last time Theo Paphitis, the star of Dragons Den, uttered the words “I’m out” in 2012, it seemed like he was leaving the room forever. Theo stars in four of the 14 episodes after Touker contracted pneumonia that forced him to stay in the hospital and lose Baftas.
Peter Jones (founder)Peter Jones CBE
|Born||March 18, 1966 Maidenhead, Berkshire, England|
|activities||Entrepreneur, TV personality|
|Famous for||American inventor dragon tycoon|
|Net value||£ 485 million (2019)|
Jenny Campbell Net Worth: $ 30M
He is a British entrepreneur and businessman with an interest in mobile phones, television, media, leisure and real estate. He has made money with companies such as Phones International Group, Red Letter Day and the television production company Peter Jones. The entrepreneur also has a large real estate portfolio.
Deborah Meaden would be worth $ 60 million.
About Théo Paphitis
Boux Avenue Ltée is a UK-based chain of lingerie stores. The name Boux Avenue is inspired by a French waiter who served Paphitis when he was on vacation in France with his family.
That first season of Dragons It featured the five dragons Duncan Bannatyne, Rachel Elnaugh, Simon Woodroffe, Peter Jones, and Doug Richard, who prove to be quite difficult to impress.
The richest kite title should go to the oldest, 53-year-old Peter Jones. According to the 2019 Sunday Times Rich List, Jones has a net worth of £ 490 million and is ranked 283rd
At the age of 10, he developed a severe hand infection that led to him missing a school class and risking amputation of his left hand.
In short: he was sick during the recording. A little more: Touker had to temporarily stop the show after contracting pneumonia, a disease that kept him handcuffed to a hospital bed for several days.
The Dragons Den 2019 series now includes Sara Davies, Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones, Tej Lalvani and Touker Suleyman.
It was filmed in Salford Quays