Welcome to my website.

Former BBCTV Dragons’ Den ‘Dragon’, Rachel Elnaugh is the British entrepreneur who created the £multi-million market leading ‘Red Letter Days’ experience brand and co-created SourceTV .  

She is a business speaker, published author and award winning business mentor who has helped many thousands of people on their entrepreneurial journey via her seminars, books, workshops, online programmes, mentoring networks and one-to-one advice sessions.

Rachel is an Evolutionary Entrepreneur and an advocate of Conscious Capitalism

For my full Biography please click here

If you’d like me to become your Business Mentor please click here

If you’d like me to appear as a Business Speaker at your event please click here

To read my 2008 book BUSINESS NIGHTMARES click the Amazon link:

To read my 2016 book PROSPERITY click the Amazon link:

Although I starred as a ‘Dragon’ in the first two series of BBCTV’s ‘Dragons’ Den’ please note that I no longer invest in businesses.

If you’d like to contact me for any reason please email me at rachel [at] rachelelnaugh.com putting SPEAKING MENTORING or NEW ENQUIRY in your email title.

Best wishes

Rachel x

Rachel Elnaugh



Entrepreneur, former BBCTV Dragons’ Den ‘Dragon, creator of the experiences brand ‘Red Letter Days’ and co-creator of SourceTV, published author, professional speaker and mentor.




12 June 2019

This week I was alerted to a security issue within the Vimeo platform which allows anyone with the Vimeo ‘player link’ to potentially access and view ALL hidden videos on a user’s platform.  

Despite immediately alerting the Vimeo support team of this security breach, this issue has not been taken seriously nor rectified – so today I found myself with no choice but to delete my Vimeo account to preserve the privacy & confidentiality of my clients.

As a result of this action you will no longer be able to access any video which I have previously uploaded to Vimeo.  I have deleted all obvious places where Vimeo videos were embedded in my site but there may be some ‘Sorry Video Not Found’ blackspots in old pages.

I have also removed all my online programmes from sale.