Scottish entrepreneur Victoria Fullerton's baby sleep training app Toto Sleep scored an investment on Dragons' Den. 

The Lanarkshire-born 32-year-old pitched her baby training sleep app business to the Dragons on the BBC show on Thursday night.

Ms Fullerton was looking for a £150,000 investment and offered a 20% in her business. 

While the other Dragons raised concerns over not getting to see her patent-pending algorithm and the company's coding, Sara Davies wasn't fazed.

The Dragon, a fellow mother, was excited about the opportunity and offered Ms Fullerton all of the money for a 35% stake in the business.

Sara Davies invests in Toto Sleep

Victoria spoke to Lanarkshire Live ahead of her Dragons Den appearance.

Speaking of her invention, Victoria said: "It's a device that runs an algorithm and uses your child's own unique biometrics and it tells you exactly when your child is tired. So that's your optimal window of opportunity to put them down to sleep.

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"It prevents them from being over tired or from being put down too early.

"I studied child development at university and when I had my daughter she was just a horrific sleeper so I started going back and looking over the reasons why they sleep.

"I came up with a hypothesis that these particular biometrics would actually indicate when their hormones were dropping and when would be a suitable time for them to sleep, and when they're tired."

The entrepreneur's business is expected to launch in May 2022.

Dragons' Den airs at 8 pm on Thursdays on BBC One.