The Sun (Scotland): Tycoon kids are squids in
TV Dragon is backing pupils' business plan
Telly tycoon Duncan Bannatyne says he could have wound up on C 4’s Benefits Street instead of Dragons’ Den.
But the millionaire businessman, 65, said he avoided life on the dole through hard graft – and is now urging Scottish youngsters to do the same.
Yesterday Duncan helped launch the Tenner Challedge, where kids are invited to see how much money they can make from tenner in the pace of a month.
And the tycoon rolled up his sleeves to help kids at Castlehill Primary School in Bearseden, near Glasgow, was cars after they spent £10 on sponges and soap.