Deborah Sonia Meaden (born 11 February 1959) is a British businesswoman who ran a multi-million pound family holiday business, before completing a management buyout. She is best known for her appearances on the BBC Two programme Dragons' Den, where she has agreed investments in the Den of £1,605,000 in 26 businesses over the 6 series in which she has taken part to date.
[Halifax Evening Courier] - BUSINESS partners Chris Hopkins and Deborah Meaden attended the recent Homebuilding and Renovating Show at the NEC, Birmingham. The Brighouse businessman runs renewables company Ploughcroft and secured backing from Deborah and Theo Paphitis when he
[Burton Mail] - The fledgling business was selected by a panel of experts and will now compete against firms from across the country for a chance to win mentoring from Dragons' Den star Deborah Meaden. Mail editor Kevin Booth said: “We would like to extend our
[This is Plymouth] - The hotel, near Yelverton, has received huge investment since being bought last August by Brian and Sonia Meaden, parents of Dragons' Den TV star Deborah Meaden. The restaurant is the latest in a series of upgrades, which have already seen mass
[Homes & Property] - Now that Dragons' Den is being filmed in Manchester, Deborah Meaden is spending much more time up north. That's why, as a good entrepreneur, she has decided to let her Primrose Hill flat and look instead for a smaller place in the leafy parts of
[Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Deborah Meaden, one of the investors on the show, said the statistics did not reflect her experience and a “considerably” higher number of her own investments completed and were still trading. Ms. Meaden said: “I cannot comment on other investments as