And Tailor said: We are trying to segment the data into types of products.
Dobbie, who is anti-spam and does not sell data in bulk to the highest bidder, said: We plan to introduce segmentation, so for toddlers, four-year-olds, for example.
Deepak Tailor, 28, whose business studies teacher first showed him the programme 10 years ago, got three offers from the dragons for his freebie business Latest Free Stuff.
Deepak Tailor with the view from his office.He launched the business in May 2012 and now has 800,000 people registered on the site.All eyes turn to Deborah who agrees with Theo that the website is at the right time, she thinks Patrick will need to spend more on his advertising but matches Theo's offer.Deepak revealed he was particularly nervous about pitching in front of his hero, Peter Jones, but after the first two-minute speech he calmed down.Businesses pay to get their products on Deepaks website, which currently has 300,000 subscribers.The show is currently on Sundays on BBC2 at 8pm.Archant, a former Beal High School pupils dreams came true when he successfully pitched his start-up company to the multi-millionaires of TV show Dragons Den.Deepak continued: On the day I was terrified, it was really, really scary.
The deal done in the Den: Deborah Meaden and, theo Paphitis : 100,000 for a 40 share.
Not many websites have been in the show, so I did not know how it would go down, so to get three offers.
Tailor, who launched his website in March 2012, went on Dragons Den pitching for 50,000 investment in return for 10 per cent equity.
But Duncan has heard enough, he'll use the site but won't invest.Deepak, of Ingleby Road, Ilford, told the Recorder Dragons Den had actually asked him to apply to be on the show.Eventually Deepak chose Deborah Meaden, who agreed to invest 50,000 for 10 per cent of the company.He said he spent three or four weeks practising his pitch as I did not want to be that person who gets his profits wrong.The magazine offers coupons, family-friendly recipes, healthy living advice and more.He makes an offer of half of the money for.My second tip for readers is to like your favourite products and companies Facebook pages.He said: Finding someone that comes into the den that has got 150,000 in the bank, has created a website that is really, really good, that is offering a really good deal, it is almost too good to be true.Peter Jones, the dragon who discovered Reggae kortingscode glamour day supertrash Reggae Sauces creator Levi Roots, described Deepaks pitch as the thing that you dream of happening on Dragons Den.