Loopy Small Business Makes Dragon’s Den History With Emotional Pitch – Watch Here

Little Loop scored an impressive investment during an emotional appearance on Dragon’s Den on Thursday night.

The children’s shared wardrobe business entered the Den asking for a £70,000 investment in return for 7.5% of its business.

Its founder Charlotte received praise from investors, securing four investment offers from Sara Davies, Touker Suleyman, Steven Bartlett and Deborah Meaden.

Davies and Meaden wanted a 12.5% ​​stake for the money while Suleyman and Bartlett sought a 15% stake.

Charlotte then made Dragon’s Den history by asking both Deborah and Steven to invest in her business – doubling the investment to £140,000 in a first for the BBC show.

Following her success, Charlotte said: “I am absolutely delighted with the result. My experience as an entrepreneur has been a real rollercoaster of incredible ups and downs and I had to develop the skin of a rhinoceros and an unshakable belief. what I’m doing is the right thing.

Ms Morely added: “Having this support from business owners who I truly respect has really validated that belief and given me even more determination to drive my business forward and in doing so revolutionize the UK’s approach to matter of children’s clothing.”

Viewers on Twitter were quick to congratulate the entrepreneur, and many noted that the pitch made them a bit emotional.

One fan posted, “First time a pitch made me cry on #dragonsden, well done Little Loop – what an amazing idea”, paired with a cheering and heart emoji.

Meanwhile, another viewer asked, “Best corporate TV moment? #DragonsDen”

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And Deborah herself retweeted this response to the successful pitch: “Amazing pitch and idea from Charlotte and teaming up with 2 fabulous dragons @DeborahMeaden & @SteveBartlettSC The old phrase ‘If you don’t ask you don’t get’ makes wonders !”

You can follow the episode on BBC iPlayer.

Dragon’s Den airs at 8 p.m. Thursdays on BBC One.

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