Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Deborah Meadon Interview 2018…
Deborah Meadon is an English businesswoman who ran a multimillion-pound family holiday business (caravan park), before completing a management buyout, but is now best known for her appearances on the BBC Two business programme Dragons’ Den.
To date in the Den, she has agreed investments in 63 businesses to the value of over £3.3m, making her the highest investor on the show by average.
Meaden took part in the eleventh series of the BBC One dancing show Strictly Come Dancing in 2013.
Meaden published Common Sense Rules (Random House) in the UK in May 2009. She used a ghostwriting service known as Professional Ghost to complete this project.
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Enjoy our exclusive interview via YouTube with Deborah:
Meaden met her husband, Paul, in summer 1985, while he worked at Weststar during his university break. She didn’t want a family so they separated, but after she took a trip to Venezuela, she returned to London and they married in 1993.
The couple have no children, and live on a restored model farm in Somerset with numerous animals.
In November 2009, Meaden featured in a short film to promote Somerset to businesses, commissioned by Into Somerset, having previously recorded two other short films for the inward investment agency in February 2009.
Meaden is a member of the Council of Ambassadors of the World Wildlife Fund.
She does a lot of work with the Dogs Trust charity and is an ambassador for the Marine Conservation Society.
Interview recorded 2nd August 2018 by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio.