Tej Lalvani Wiki
Tej Lalvani is a British businessman and the CEO of the UK’s largest vitamin company Vitabiotics, founded by his father Kartar Lalvani. He is best known for being one of the dragons on the BBCtelevision series Dragons’ Den.
Tej Lalvani Age
Age of Tej Lalvani is 46 years
Tej Lalvani Recent Tweet
So proud of the @vitabiotics team for this new launch! Each gummy contains 21 ingredients including zinc, biotin and selenium, which contribute to the maintenance of normal hair. Will you be trying them?
#PerfectilHairCrush #HaveAHairCrush #Vitabiotics pic.twitter.com/vCZ2dJOJZg
— Tej Lalvani (@TejLalvani) August 22, 2019
Tej Lalvani Business career
— Tej Lalvani (@TejLalvani) August 23, 2019
Lalvani started his career working in the warehouse of his father’s company Vitabiotics over twenty years ago, before succeeding his father as CEO.
Along with his wife, Lalvani runs a property investment business in London.
Tej Lalvani Youn Entrepreneur
In 2012, Lalvani was named Young Entrepreneur at the Asian Business Awards as well as Young Entrepreneur of the Year by TiE in 2013. In October 2017, he ranked at number 48 on the GG2 Power List of the most influential Asian people in Britain.
Tej Lalvani Nick Name “Dragons’ Den”
Lalvani succeeded Nick Jenkins as the next “Dragon” on Dragons’ Den after the departure of Steve Parish who left before filming due to other business commitments.
Lalvani married To Tara Ruby – Wife
Lalvani is of Indian descent. In 2011, Lalvani married Tara Ruby in London. His mother is a former Miss India and a Miss World runner-up.
Lalvani lives in London and aside from his business interests, he composes music and plays the drums, keyboard and guitar.
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Tej Lalvani Networth
According to the Sunday Times Rich List in May 2019, he has a net worth of £390 million.
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