Dragons' Den viewers left stunned as 'best entrepreneur ever' wows the panel

DRAGONS' Den viewers have been left stunned after the 'best entrepreneur ever' wowed the panel.

Thursday's episode of the BBC One series saw businesswoman Hannah Saunders enter the den in the hope of securing £60,000 for a five per cent stake in her company.

Hannah had previously been in the Armed Forces but had left to focus on her business, Toddle, which she had started in her kitchen.

The range included lip balms, antibacterial gel, hand sanitiser and other products for children.

Hannah remained composed throughout her pitch, even when she told the Dragons about how her parents had told her she would 'never amount to anything' and no longer spoke to her.

The entrepreneur had all her figures in order and answered any questions thrown at her with ease.

It lead to a battle between Steven Bartlett, Deborah Meaden and Sara Davies, who all wanted to team up with her.

The three Dragons made their offers, with Sara undercutting Steven and Deborah, but the pair weren't giving up without a fight and teamed up to secure a deal with Hannah.

Most read in TV

uncle mark

Mark Wright breaks silence over becoming an uncle for the first time

'not hiding anything'

Captain Tom Moore's daughter defends claims she 'stole' charity cash

oz-some news

I'm A Celeb WILL return to Australia in November for epic comeback, says boss


Award-winning documentary-maker Roger Graef dead age 85

Hannah ended up leaving the Den with the money she needed and two Dragons on her team, and viewers were absolutely thrilled for her.

Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "100% the best business/entrepreneur that’s been on this season."

Another added: "Phenomenal performance from Hannah. Watched every season of #DragonsDen and I don't remember as impressive, polished and credible a performance in that time."

A third tweeted: "Absolutely rooting for Hannah to go all the way with #Toddle. What an inspiration! So pleased she sealed a deal."

Meanwhile a fourth shared: "Hannah!! I'm so pleased for you such a brilliant pitch and I can't remember the last time I've cheered at the screen for a [dragon emoji] to invest.

"Dream team with @DeborahMeaden @SteveBartlettSC so pleased."

Dragons' Den airs Thursdays at 8pm on BBC One and is available on BBC iPlayer.

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The Sun Showbiz team?

Email [email protected] or call us direct on 0207 782 4220 .

We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.

    Source: Read Full Article