A BUSINESSMAN who was rejected on Dragons’ Den has been offered £90million for his health food company.
Marco Hajikypri went on the show last year asking for £125,000 for 5% of the business.
But he was told his business was not worth £2million and was sent packing without a penny.
The BBC Two business gurus ended up arguing over the figures behind his idea Professional Gains.
And Marco clashed with Deborah Meaden who finally declared: “This is like arguing with cotton wool!”
But Marco, who ended up telling Peter Jones he would regret his decision, was even able to turn down the recent £90m offer as he thinks the firm will become even more valuable.
He said: “The business is valued at around £16m, when the Dragons didn’t even think it was worth £2m.