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 …
Patents is one of the main issues that the IPO deals with. You can find information on patents 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.
I’ve always wondered how I would fair if ever I found myself in the Den.
A real mixed bag in tonight’s episode with drinks, dolls, beauty products and bicycle accessories all being pitched for that all important investment. It just goes to show that IP affects every area of business.
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.
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.