Business owners should study the TV series Dragons Den to identify the modus operandi of the individual Dragons like Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden & James Caan. Much can be learnt dragon nest gold from watching any business Pitch on this riviting BBC TV series. Hopefully as we head out of the current economic downturn, the new Dragon’s Den (DD) 2010 series will identify future growth trends for investors & aspiring entrepreneurs. As we cruise through one of the worst economic catastrophes in British history, business owners are finding some comfort in the green business shoots that are appearing on the landscape. However many business directors and entrepreneurs are left wondering if this economic downturn has altered the types of new businesses being launched. Given that Peter Jones is considered a business visionary, DD offers a fantastic resource for identifying future growth. The DD TV series is growing from strength to strength, and if there were a league of top business entertainment TV programmes, then the DD would probably be fighting for the top slot with The Apprentice. Peter Jones offers conventional businesses owners and aspiring business entrepreneurs the inside view of investment finance required to grow a dragon nest gold business. Every established business owner recognises the value in this service. Thanks to an outstanding production team at the BBC, watching a DD business Pitch is both exciting, exhilarating and often cringe worthy. Avid business fans are anticipating the new DD 2010 series featuring Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden & James Caan will be the best series yet. In previous episodes of the the DD, all kinds of business pitch ideas have been presented to Simon Woodroffe, Rachel Elnaugh, Richard Farleigh and Doug Richard. dragon nest gold However the real success of the DD TV series lies in the new team of Dragons namely Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden and James Caan. Much of the success of DD and the Dragons can be attributed to addressing future growth, and Peter Jones is the Master Business Visionary who specialises in exponentional business growth. Hosted by Evan Davis who is recognised as an economics expert. Probably the last thing he factored for in his career path was the role of TV presenter and dragon slaying with the BBC. Even though Evan Davis is better placed than most of the Dragons in understanding the viability of most of the DD ideas. Given that most of the high profile focus is on the DD investors, it will be interesting to see if the BBC retain the services of Evan Davis as the host for the 2010 eighth Series. The DD TV series seems to be going from strength to strength. The BBC seems to have found a perfect synergy between business, which is typically viewed as somewhat boring by a TV audience, and top quality entertainment. A high percentage of the DD 2010 audience will no doubt be riveted by the drama of watching an aspiring business entrepreneur crumbling under the pressure of the fierce Dragons as they deliver their Pitch. Many viewers anticipate the new DD 2010 series will seek to identify business opportunities with scope for fast future growth. In fact DD and the Dragons looks set to capitalise on the current credit crunch affecting business traders by running its longest TV series to date. This means that the Dragons, Peter Jones, Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis, Deborah Meaden and James Caan will be gracing our TV screens for a 10 week series in 2010. From an entertainment perspective most of the DD TV series is like car crash TV. Entrepreneurs fold under interrogation about their financial projections, their gross and net profits and the anticipated return on the Dragons investment.