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Young entrepreneurs pitch their food ideas to a top business guru. Six kids go head to head for the chance to pitch to the king of spicy sauces, Levi Roots. The one Levi picks gets a year's worth of pocket money and the chance to spend time with him learning the recipe for success. But which of the six will make it? Real Meal Pizzas, Scrummy Eggs, I'm in a Pickle, Sludge, Kitchen Kids, or Cool Cookies? Steph McGovern presents.
Young entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to top business guru Myleene Klass. The winner gets a year's worth of pocket money and the chance to spend time with Myleene learning how to make their idea stand out from the crowd. But which of the six will make it: handmade jewellery, a gadget-filled backpack, a customised school bag, a label for tall teenagers, an upcycling business or personalised lockets?
Young entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to top business guru Rob Law, who created ride-on suitcases for kids. The budding business that Rob picks gets a year's worth of pocket money and the chance to spend time with him learning how to develop their product. But which of the six will make it - an edible pencil, a sticker to help find car seatbelts in the dark, a shelf for watching a tablet in bed, a magnetic maths set, a phone cover moulded to the shape of the hand or phone feet to help protect phone screens if they fall?
This week, it's media mogul Jamal Edwards. The social media idea that Jamal picks gets a year's worth of pocket money and the chance to spend time with him seeing how he runs his music channel. But which of the six will make it: a video sharing website for kids, a magic academy, a picture sharing website for kids, a special occasion video service, a cheerleading network or online ukulele tutorials? Steph McGovern presents
Six young entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to Michael Acton Smith. Ideas pitched include a novelty gift shop, a business making fingerboards, a den building kit, a history board game, a mental maths game and dolls that pop out of tin cans.
Hussein Lalani joins Steph to judge six young entrepeneurs who have different business ideas, ranging from woodworking kits, photographic gifts, scented candles, a chocolate challenge, handcrafted furniture and a kids' pancake-making set.
Six kids pitch ideas to Sarah Jane Thomson, including a website selling unique windbreaks, clothing featuring caricatures, original picture gifts, personalised pencil cases, a business teaching coding to kids, or an app that rewards household chores.
Young entrepreneurs pitch their money-making ideas to business guru Claire Gavin, including healthy horse treats, cardboard pet beds and personalised pet collars