Good hair day: Dragons’ Den reject makes £200m | News

When Shaun Pulfrey, a former hairdresser, appeared on Dragons’ Den, he was despatched packing after his hairbrush to detangle knotty hair was branded a “waste of time”.Pulfrey, 59, might need the final chuckle, nonetheless, after he landed a much bigger fortune than a few of the dragons, sealing a multimillion-pound deal for his Tangle Teezer enterprise.The inventor is known to have made at the very least £200 million after promoting a majority stake within the haircare model that has gained a world fanbase for its potential to easy tangled hair.Pulfrey, who was born in Grimsby, has struck a deal to promote a stake to Mayfair Equity Partners, a London-based firm that lately floated Séraphine, the maternity model worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, in

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