By far the single most cringe worthy dragon nest gold factor is hearing an aspiring entrepreneur pitching for up to 300, 000 pounds while offering the Dragons an equity stake of just 5% to 10%. The dreaded response from Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden or James Caan of, “tell me how you value your business at 3, 000, 000 million pounds when you haven’t sold a single product and you have no assets? ” The silence really is deafening. It’s really hard for anyone pitching for investment to recover from such a ravishing comment like this. Equally engaging is when an entrepreneur is pitching for investment and the Dragons pick holes in their business idea or concept. Savvy entrepreneurs will remain silent and gather their thoughts while foolish entrepreneurs go on the offensive and attack the Dragons verbally. Who could dragon nest gold ever forget the loud Southerner who told one of the Dragons not to treat him like a schmuck even though he was acting exactly like a schmuck. Perfect entertainment and DD TV at its finest. Dragon Slaying is a rare occurrence on DD TV and those who succeed are interviewed by Evan Davis the DD host. His quiet demeanour always seems to bring out the best in the Dragon Slayers, and credit where it’s due, he always asks those who failed to find investment some probing questions. He’s never afraid to inform the more aggressive failures that they might have fared better if they had shut up and listened. Despite tens of thousands of UK dragon nest gold business failures during the last 2 years, including many well known High Street names, few online businesses felt the impact of the credit crunch to the extent felt by many conventional offline businesses. That said, it will be interesting to see if Peter Jones continues targeting online and e-commerce digital businesses. It will be equally interesting to see if any digital or online business pitch is delivered in a simple enough style to attract self confessed technophobe Duncan Bannatyne. This is the beauty of the Dragons Den and the Dragons, as you can never anticipate which pitch is backed up with realistic future growth potential. From a purely entertainment perspective, I hope the new DD 2010 series continues to promote the verbal Judo and in-house figurative sparring between the two team alliances of Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden and Duncan Bannatyne and Dragons Den James Caan. One thing is certain, if these two teams take their eye off the investment ball for a split second, then Peter Jones will slip under the radar screen and snatch up a lucrative business opportunity. This is one of the many aspects that has propelled the success of the DD. Dragons Den Peter JonesPeter Jones believes when it comes to competition in the marketplace, sport and business converge. He believes competitive business is all about winning and he strives to be better than all his business competitors. As an entrepreneur starting on your own you need to win every deal as you build your business and achieve future growth. Dragons Den Duncan BannatyneDuncan Bannatyne started his business career by purchasing an ice creme van for 450 pounds. He expanded his ice creme business before selling it to finance the next stage of his business future growth, Duncan remain so smart about money that he has just written another business book titled, “How To Be Smart With Your Money. ” Duncan is very much a people person who entrusts his team members. Dragons Den Theo PaphitisOn previous series of the DD Theo Paphitis formed a strategic joint venture partnership alliance. This was been forged for several investments by what’s become known as Team Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden. Dragons Den Deborah MeadenDeborah Meaden believes every business owner should ask themselves the following question. “Why will the customers choose me? ” Viewers of the DD 2010 series will no doubt be monitoring this competitive investment sparring between these two teams. Other viewers will be keen to see how the Visionary Peter Jones counters these two partnerships. Dragons Den James CaanDuring the lean times of 1995 James Caan employed 25 people. He took a risk and bought an office building that would house 120 employees. It was a big risk which paid off. James Caan who is considered the ‘Dragons Den People’s Investor’ cites a comment made to him when he was growing up about being able to tell how serious a person is by the way they maintain their shoes. Dragons Den Evan DavisAlthough not a Dragon himself, Evan Davis is another of the founding fathers. His role as an Economics Expert is to introduce and post pitch interview the candidates chosen from several thousand to present their DD pitch.