Probably one of the worst things you can do if you are seeking investment in your business is to insult the investor.
Happy new year to all the readers of the Dragons’ Den IP blog.
So, that’s Christmas over and done with for another year. Months of planning, shopping, wrapping and cooking, over in the blink of an eye.
When I became a mother I made a promise to myself not to ‘let myself go’. To try and keep in touch with fashion, remain well groomed and not turn up to the school gates minus make-up.
I’ve always been fond of animals. But it wasn’t until my parents got a Jug last year (a Jack Russell mixed with a Pug) that I became a real animal lover.
Having that ‘Eureka!’ moment is something few of us experience.
Dragon; a mythical monster generally represented as a huge, winged reptile with crested head and enormous claws and teeth, often spouting fire. Ok, so to look at, the current dragons do not resemble the dictionary definition.
Whether its patents, designs, trade marks or copyright, one of the main criteria for intellectual property (IP) is that it has to be unique.
Music to my ears in tonight’s episode. Lots of talk of intellectual property in the Den.
So, here we are again. I’m convinced that a new series of Dragons’ Den comes around more than once a year. But I’m not complaining.