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cementing his reputation for turning failing companies into highly successful and profitable businesses.
His ventures now include Ryman, Robert Dyas and Boux Avenue.
He is the owner of stationery chain Ryman, the homewares specialist Robert Dyas and lingerie retailer Boux Avenue.
He is perhaps best known for his work to reduce football hooliganism, and appointing as Millwall manager Dennis Wise, and together they guided the club to their first official appearance in the final of the FA Cup and into European football.
The series examined the stories of artists, scientists, manufacturers and brand owners looking to sell their products and services to UK retailers including Boots and Liberty.
After time away from television to concentrate on business, Paphitis returned with appearances on BBC's Question Time and ITV's The Agenda.
Boux Avenue became title sponsor of the Boux Avenue Women's Cup.
After appearing on series four of the BBC Back to the Floor series while chairman at Millwall FC, Paphitis was approached to become one of the "dragons" in the second series of the BBC Two entrepreneurship series Dragons' Den in 2005 and left the programme after the 2012 season.