This week's episode was a tale of two halves. From wearable items in the first part to edible products in the latter, we saw some great ideas in the Den.
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As I sit here listening to the rain beating against the window, I can’t help wondering if this is the end of our summer.
I’ve always been a girlie girl. I love make-up, shopping and a good old pamper, although I don’t do it half as much as I should! *checks for wrinkles in the mirror*
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.
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.
Whether its patents, designs, trade marks or copyright, one of the main criteria for intellectual property (IP) is that it has to be unique.
I’m not a very superstitious person. If a black cat crosses my path, I’m more likely to stroke it than run away from it, and if I spill the salt, it’s going on my chips, not over my shoulder.
Some say you have to be mad to go in front of the Dragons. Well, it seems only fitting that the one person to receive investment this week was Marc Wileman, otherwise known as Mad Marc!
We certainly saw some diverse inventions in the den tonight. From the Loodini to seaweed seasoning, you never know what’s going to come out of the elevator!
We saw some great inventions in the den tonight, although what struck a chord with me was the collaboration of IP between different companies.