Oh, the agony and the ecstasy that is Dragons’ Den. The final, edge of the seat drama played out, with hopeful entrepreneurs pitching for cash and glory. There’s a time and a place for men’s grooming. In a market awash …
Copyright is one of the main issues that the IPO deals with. You can find information on copyright on the IPO website.
Writing my first Dragons’ Den blog, I can honestly say I felt as apprehensive as the entrepreneurs entering the Den! I hoped there was plenty of IP and fascinating inventions to discuss and as usual, the show didn’t disappoint.
Hello, and welcome to this week’s Dragons’ Den Blog. The powers that be have once again let me loose on an episode and I cannot wait to get to grIPs with this one.
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 overindulged on turkey and mince pies over the last two days, the last thing I want to do is move off the couch and away from the TV.
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!
Well, that’s another week done - it seems like we’re in and out of the Den in a flash. It must feel like a lifetime to the entrepreneurs though, especially when the reception is as frosty as it was tonight!
When the brother and sister duo of Graeme and Fiona Fraser-Bell stood before the dragons, I wasn’t sure how they would fair.
It’s hard to believe it but we’re halfway through the second half of series 12 of Dragon’s Den already.