Dragons’ Den features entrepreneurs Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Sara Davies. Theo Paphitis has also made a return this series as he filled in for Peter Jones.

Peter notably grew his fortune when he set up Phones International Group.

In the first seven years, the business had a turnover of £150million and Peter has worked to set up various successful businesses since.

Tej Lalvani net worth

The CEO’s net worth was valued at £390million in the 2019 Sunday Times Rich List.


He is best known as the owner of Vitabiotics, which is the largest vitamin company in the UK.

The business was set up by his father and produces various well-known supplements such as Perfectil and Wellwoman.

Now, it has an impressive turnover of £300million a year.

Touker Suleyman net worth

Touker reportedly has a staggering net worth of £150million, Spear’s magazine reported.

He built much of his fortune in retail and has supplied to retailers including Dorothy Perkins and Topshop.

In 2001, his brand Kingsland Models acquired Hawkes & Curtis for just £1 and the value rose to £30million by 2014.

Deborah Meaden net worth

One of the longest-serving Dragons, Deborah has invested around £3million during her time on the show.

This has helped her build a net worth of around £40million, according to Spear’s magazine.

Deborah began her career working in holiday parks and helped build holiday park operator Weststar Holidays.

In 2006, she sold the majority of her shares for £33million and her remaining shares were valued at £19million in 2008.

Sara Davies net worth

The newest Dragon, Sara is said to have amassed a wealth of around £34million.

The 37-year-old started earning her wealth in crafts while she was studying at university.

By the time she graduated, she was turning over £500,000 and her company Crafter’s Companion, reported a turnover of £25million in 2018.

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