The entrepreneur, 38, showcased her slimmed-down figure in a form-fitting purple tiger print dress as she posed for a series of snaps on Instagram.
Sara revealed she had jetted to the states for a 48 hour trip to launch her new product, the Gemini II, which is an electronic cutting machine.
The global launch was aired on HSN and she posed for photos with the show’s hosts, Adam Freeman and Bobbi Ray Carter.
Sara kept her look glamorous by wearing her blonde locks in bouncy blown out waves and a full face of make-up.
Wow! Dragon’s Den star Sara Davies looked incredible on her latest business trip as she jetted to Tampah, Florida, to launch a new product
While posing with Bobbi, Sara slipped into a shorter leopard print dress with a belt around her svelte waist, which showcased her toned pins.
HSN is a shopping channel in the U.S. similar to QVC in the United Kingdom.
Raving about her new product, which was available to crafters for $302 on HSN, Sara said: ‘Apologies upfront… gushing gratitude post incoming….!
‘I’ve just boarded my flight home after a whirlwind 48h in Tampa (Florida) – I flew in to do the world launch of our amazing new Gemini II machine and just reflecting on the past 2 days I’m feeling totally overcome with emotion.’
‘The work that my team have put in to design, develop, engineer and bring to market this new product is phenomenal – and that hit me like a tidal wave at midnight on Monday evening as I stood on air and launched the product in a record breaking sales show for @hsn
‘The response and feedback from our customers and loyal fan base around the world has been nothing short of incredible and I’m so humbled by the gratitude and support that our customers continue to show us after 17 incredible years in business.’
‘I also feel quite guilty – for being the one who gets to stand up on air and steal the limelight when it’s the hard work of my amazing staff who got me there. It’s their pursuit of perfection in everything we do as a company that puts us at the forefront of the craft market globally, and not a day goes by that I take for granted how lucky I am to have the most incredible people in the world work for me!
‘To all my staff who made this a reality (you know who you are) – WE ABSOLUTELY SMASHED IT TEAM! You should be so proud of yourselves!’
Glam: While posing with Bobbi, Sara slipped into a shorter leopard print dress with a belt around her svelte waist, which showcased her toned pins
‘And watch out world – the new Gemini II is coming to a retailer near you wherever you are really soon and you’re not going to know what’s hit you!’
Dragons’ Den is celebrating a milestone this year, its 20th series. Initially filmed in a chilly warehouse in London, the Den was recreated at the old Granada studios in Manchester a few years ago, where Coronation Street used to be filmed.
Sara, who joined the show in 2019, grew up watching and being inspired by Dragons’ Den. Despite making a fortune with her handicraft business Crafter’s Companion, she admits she was intimidated by her co-star Deborah Meaden at first.
In an interview with the Daily Mail earlier this year, Sara said: ‘I remember being really nervous to meet her but she was so warm and welcoming.
‘From the start she wanted to help me. I remember on my second day in the Den I was a bit too soft and she took me to one side and said, “You need to toughen up.”
Deborah also had a firm opinion about where Sara was allowed to look while on the show. ‘After my first scene when someone was making a pitch she said, ‘I need you to look forward, not be staring at me.’
‘I can sense what she’s feeling now – I can just look at her finger or something and have an idea of what she’s thinking, even if I’m not looking straight at her.’
The two have formed a close bond. ‘Because we’re the two women, we spend more time in hair and make-up, which gives us a chance to chat,’ says Sara.
‘She’s a fantastic mentor and someone I look up to. Sometimes I still pinch myself that I’m not only sitting alongside her as an equal but that I get advice and support from her.’
It’s time to face the dragons! Dragons’ Den is celebrating a milestone this year, its 20th series