19-year-old Christian Lane was the youngest entrepreneur to pitch his idea, wanting £80,000 from the Dragons.
His company, Foldio, claims to have the first ever stationery folder that halves the size of the paperwork carried inside by curving rather than creasing it. Theo Paphitis invested the £80,000.
Foldio products are now available to buy at Ryman, the stationary store owned by... Theo Paphitis!
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