Victoria McGrane proposes a fashion-related business, Clive Billing hopes he has the necessary sparkle and there's an icy reception for a company called Chilly Billy.
The multi-millionaire Dragon investors are at the top of their game. Despite the economic doom and gloom that surrounds the country at the moment, the Den once again proves to be an oasis of investment. But only for those entrepreneurs with the very best business ideas and inventions, and who are prepared to risk all, by pitching to the notoriously tough-talking Dragons.
Over the course of the series, the Dragons are prepared to invest their own money, changing the lives of some of Britain's best entrepreneurs.
The second episode of the new series sees cash-hungry entrepreneurs putting everything on the line as they climb the famous Den stairs to pitch their weird and occasionally wonderful ideas, inventions and businesses to the five multi-millionaire investors.
While 28-year-old Victoria McGrane attempts to set a new trend with her fashion-related business proposal, Diamond Geezer Clive Billing, a jeweller from Gloucestershire, has a pitch he hopes has the necessary sparkle to attract what would become the highest ever investment in the Den.
Also, the Dragons toy with a purple-haired professor from Poole, give an icy-reception to a company called Chilly Billy, and get their skates on as Theo test drives an innovative in-line roller skate. And can serial-inventor Samantha Gore from Manchester convince the Dragons that her crime-stopping products are a steal at just 275 thousand pounds, or will they back Richard Mire's attempts to get children to spend less time in front of a screen?