Thank you very much to everyone for attending the Dragons Den event. Everybody thought the event thoroughly worthwhile and One Voice should do it again.

People participating said, “It was very helpful for me as I got a few ideas and help from other people…My favourite part of the day was giving my pitch…I pitched better than I expected…feedback from judges really good to help correct errors and show room for improvement…feedback vital…

 

People told us the event was important because there was space to share ideas and exchange info,  and plan collaborations and projects with like minded people.

 

The Results of the 2014 One Voice Dragon’s Den for Deaf and Disabled People

 

One Voice congratulate Clemmie Johnston, winner of 2014 Dragon’s Den for Deaf and Disabled People.The judges Tony Winstanley & Gill Winstanley of Argonaut Enterprises said, “Emphasis on quality throughout” and wished “Clemmie’s Sweet Treats and it’s emphasis on growth and employing disabled people every success”

 

One Voice congratulate Robin Surgeoner, Second prize winner of 2014 Dragon’s Den for Deaf and Disabled People. The judges Tony Winstanley & Gill Winstanley of Argonaut Enterprises said, “strong focus and met a real need – Angryfish Music and Art – Digital Market Place would enable deaf and disabled artists to sell & promote their work”

 

One Voice congratulate Sunnie Richardson and Susan Bond (right), runners up of the

2014 Dragon’s Den for Deaf and Disabled People. The judges Tony Winstanley & Gill Winstanley of Argonaut Enterprises said, “We believe this community enterprise

has terrific potential, with its emphasis on supporting isolated people in the community”

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