By Marcus Leach
The highlight of Sunday's episode of Dragon's Den was the £50,000 investment in aspiring entrepreneur Bob Davies' interactive game.
Not only was his pitch one full of confidence, but Mr Davies left the Dragons in good spirits after the chance to play his game.
However, it didn't seem to be enough to get him the cash injection he needed, as first Peter Jones pulled out, and was then followed by Deborah Meaden and Theo Paphitis.
Peter Jones pulled out as he wasn't convinced the investment was for the current product, but rather for a bigger business idea, a point Duncan Bannatyne picked up on, suggesting Mr Davies re-pitched.
Once Mr Davies had re-pitched the idea asking for an investment in his current business he finally had a Dragon willing to invest - Hilary Devey. The newest of the Dragons offered £50,000 for a 20% stake in the business.
“I know the other dragons are going to think I’ve lost my marbles, but I loved being in the box and I like the concept of it,” she said on her investment.
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