View Harrison Woods’ professional profile on LinkedIn. Entrepreneur Harrison Woods. Harrison pitched his idea on BBC show Dragons’ Den in April 2012, which led to investment offers from both Peter Jones and Theo Pathitis. Businessman Harrison Woods, aged 23, has seen his successful Primal Parking firm snapped up by private investors for an undisclosed sum. The Bolton News told how he survived the dreaded Dragons’ Den to secure a 60,000 investment offer from Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones.
What a start to business life Harrison Woods is enjoying – first getting two dragons on board, and then all this (very positive) media coverage. On the 30th September 2012, the BBC’s hit show Dragons Den welcomed young, aspiring entrepreneur Harrison Woods to pitch his innovative business concept of Primal Parking. Harrison Woods, a student who was offered investment in his online parking venture by Dragons’ Den duo, Peter Jones and Theo Pathitis, has joined online recruitment company, Hiring-Hub.
BBC TV’s Dragons’ Den winners park online business with iomart Hosting. The success story first began for Harrison Woods when he appeared on the hit show in 2012. The 24 year old survived the dreaded Dragons’ Den to secure the investment for his first parking space rental company from Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones. Harrison Woods, 23, who sold his own online business, Primal Parking, on the same day he graduated from university, has joined Manchester-based Hiring-Hub. Mr Woods, who had investment offers from Peter Jones and Theo Pathitis after appearing on Dragons’ Den last.
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A University of Manchester student secured investment after impressing the judges of popular BBC reality show Dragon’s Den. Headed by former BBC Dragon’s Den contestant Harrison Woods, YourParkingSpace.co.uk is an online marketplace that rents out driveways, private off-street parking spaces, lock-up garages and, significantly, spaces from commercial car park operators. Manchester University graduate Harrison Woods last year after he sold his rival business Primal Parking for an undisclosed amount. Manchester university student wows panel on Dragons’ Den to secure 60,000 investment from Theo Paphitis. Bolton-based entrepreneur Harrison Woods, 22, accepted the offer from Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones CBE, for 40 of his new business enterprise, Primal Parking Limited. Harrison Woods first made a name for himself when he appeared on popular TV show, Dragon’s Den. The young businessman convinced dragon’s, Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones, to part with 60,000 and secure an investment for his parking space rental company, YourParkingSpace. Dragons’ Den is a British television series, hosted by Evan Davis. The format of the show is owned by Sony Pictures and is based on the original Japanese series, which has been sold around the world.
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Harrison Woods. If you’re a fan of Dragons’ Den then you may have seen Harrison in one of the 2012 episodes, pitching his previous parking business, receiving an investment offer from Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis. Dragons’ Den (or the Ryder Cup if you believe my Twitter feed!). Despite their efforts, the only investment of the night went to my favourite entrepreneur of the series so far, Harrison Woods. Meanwhile, 22 year old budding entrepreneur Harrison Woods, received two investments.