Previous Dragons’ Den star Hilary Devey has died at the age of 65.
The English businesswoman and entrepreneur died in Morocco on Saturday following a very long health issues, her PR agent confirmed on Sunday.
Ms Devey was manufactured an OBE in 2013 for companies to the transportation industry and to charity.
She was known for appearing on the long-operating BBC investing clearly show Dragons’ Den before leaving to existing the Channel 4 sequence The Intern.
Fellow ‘Dragon’ Theo Paphitis paid tribute to Ms Devey, stating: “So unfortunate to listen to of the passing of the beautiful Hilary Devey.
“She still left us all with some amazing recollections, may perhaps she relaxation in peace. My views are with her spouse and children.”
Ms Devey created her fortune launching Pall-Ex, a palletised freight network, which grew into an international network with a put together turnover of more than £100m.
She also campaigned for many charities which includes serving as Vice President of The Carers Have faith in, as very well as remaining a patron for The Stroke Association and Clean Get started – New Beginnings.
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