Karen Chapman, of Gullane-based Family Fixes Ltd, appeared in the final episode of the programme this week pitching her new game, Squibble.
She visited Loretto School in East Lothian and told business studies A Level pupils how to go about “training the dragons” in real life.
She said: “We are gearing up to target Squibble towards the Christmas market, traditionally a time when families and siblings squabble, often failing to work out a fair and simple way to resolve minor decisions and dilemmas. I am hoping that my business will go from strength to strength after my appearance on Dragons’ Den.”
Jonathan Hewat, director of external affairs at Loretto said: “I am quite sure that Karen’s entrepreneurial spirit will inspire our pupils.”