Dragons Den dragons from the popular BBC show in the UK.
Dragon entrepreneurs with a combined Dragons Den net worth of £986 million or $1331 million. In America this represents over a billion dollars in net worth.
The 2017 UK Dragons Den line up includes veteran Peter Jones, successful woman entrepreneur Deborah Meaden, fashion tycoon Touker Suleyman and newcomers Vitamin King Tej Lalavani and banking entrepreneur Jenny Campbell.
Dragons Den is on it’s 15th UK series and is still as popular as it ever was. Two new dragon entrepreneurs join the line-up, with many more entrepreneur looking for investment too.
Michael Wekerle net worth is estimated at $100 million. The CBC Dragons Den “Mick Jagger meets Warren Buffett” entrepreneur. Wekerle is a venture capital investor on Canada’s Dragons Den along side the likes of Jim Treliving and Michele Romanow.
Mike Wekerle or “The Wek” is one of Canada’s most successful merchant bankers. His Difference Capital Inc. business invests in tech businesses.
He made $6 million in just four days after the 1987 stock market crash, taking his negative position from $2 million into the positive once more.
Manjit Minhas net worth is estimated at over $200 million. Co-owner of the ninth largest brewery in the world and included in the Top 100 Women Entrepreneurs in Canada.
A dragon on Canada’s Dragons Den and invests alongside fellow woman in business Michele Romanow.
Since she’s been on the successful CBC Dragons Den show, Manjit has invested nearly $3 million in businesses since 2015. This is since she first appeared on the show. She is known to first invest in people and then in products and businesses.
How Pizza Jim goes from a Mountie to a $700 million net worth and a well known celebrity on Canadian TV. An experienced entrepreneur with integrity and determination.
He made his fortune from Boston Pizza Franchise business and now invests as an angel investor on CBC’s Dragons Den.
His business empire has combined revenues of over $1 billion, which includes Pizza Franchises and an automobile service centre chain, along with a number of investments from Dragons Den. These include the likes of Kids Can Cook Gourmet, Steeped Tea and Velofix.