DiamondGeezer.com welcomes the respected business financier whose offer was turned down by DiamondGeezer.com founder. Check out the video.

James Caan from BBC Dragons’ Den visits

The largest ever offer made by Dragon’s James Caan, Theo Paphitis and Peter Jones on the BBC Dragons’ Den was quickly followed by the fastest and largest ever refusal of investment by DiamondGeezer.com’s founder and managing director, Clive Billing. In this clip from the Dragons’ Den ‘THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY’ follow-up series, entrepreneur James Caan visits the original commercial offices of DiamondGeezer.com and makes his feelings known.

DiamondGeezeer.com moved from these premises having built a 3,000 sq. foot state of the art workshop in 2011

James Caan meets with DiamondGeezer.com

DiamondGeezer.com were delighted to welcome James Caan, famous for Dragon’s Den but also a very well respected business financier, to their offices in Bourton-on-the-Water on the 1st. July (2009). James was there to film the ‘where-are-they-now’ version of Dragons’ Den for series 7 of the hit BBC show which will be aired by the BBC in the Autumn. Clive Billing, DiamondGeezer.com founder and owner famously turned down the highest ever offer made by the Dragons, Peter, Theo and James, because ‘they wanted too much of his established family business’.

During the course of the day’s filming Clive and co-director, son Luke presented James with a stunning diamond set palladium Dragon lapel pin. Michael-John, DiamondGeezer.com’s resident cad-cam designer used the company’s cutting-edge computer-aided-design technogly to take Diamond Geezer Clive’s dragon concept to new heights . Then the inimitable traditional skill-set of DiamondGeezer.com’s jewellery craftsmen bought this stunning piece to life . James a self confessed lover of bling was delighted with his diamond-set Dragon pin and seemed sure that it would attract the envy of the other Dragons, which seemed to hit the spot.

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James Caan
Dragon’s Den
Dragon lapel pin