Jordan sits on the other side of the Panel as a Dragon at Swindon College on the 13th June.
Jordan was asked by Andrew Paterson, Lecture at the Swindon College, if he would join them to be a dragon on their take on Dragons’ Den. The students were asked to think of a business, prepare a business plan and a cash flow, this all being a part of their business qualifications.
There were 4 groups who all pitched to Jordan and the rest of the panel, some of them being: Ian Larrad Director of Business West Swindon, Andy Sebastian Rohrer CEO of Heritage Building & Preservation, Jack Peploe Director of Thirdline, Jackie Jolly from Appsbroker Consulting Limited and Rob Moody Owner of Nseventeen.
Jordan could relate to all of the students stood up pitching, as it was just over a year ago he appeared on Dragons’ Den back in 2014 himself. Being a similar age to these students he understood how nervous it was to be stood in front of high business men and women.
He was very impressed with all the pitches and could defiantly see some of the businesses thought of by students being a success in the near future, some impressing him that much to be handed one of his business cards.
He looks forward to possibly seeing some of the students in the future and wishes them all the best of luck.