'Worthless' Dragons' Den reject left with nothing – business now worth over £9million

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In 2016 Trunki celebrated its 10th anniversary and has sold more than three million Trunki suitcases, in over 100 countries worldwide, through retailers including John Lewis, Argos, Harrods, Tesco and Next since May 2006.

Rob’s ride-along suitcases have become a familiar sight at airports all over the world and has managed to secure £4million from the government-backed Business Growth Fund in 2013.

Rob went on to sell his suitcases in a variety of retailers, including John Lewis, selling his products in over 100 countries worldwide and reportedly turned over £9.5million in 2018.

Rob went on to sell his suitcases in a variety of retailers retailers, including John Lewis, selling his products in over 100 countries worldwide and reportedly turned over £9.5million in 2018.

The suitcases can also be brought from Argos, Amazon, Boots, and Trunki.



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