Trade marks is one of the main issues that the IPO deals with. You can find information on trade marks on the IPO website.
Dragons' Den entrepreneur Hannah Saunders, creator of Toddle Born Wild, a range of ethically-sourced, eco-friendly products for children, tells us how registering her IP has helped her protect and grow her business.
This week’s episode rounded up the end of series 20 and it was a good’n. Right from the off we got the whole set of UK registered intellectual property (IP) rights come up for a sunscreen applicator. Also this week we have water-softening shower essentials, a whisky e-commerce platform… and Dragons hugging bears.
The Dragons had fire in their bellies tonight and didn’t hold back, leaving some entrepreneurs with their tails between their legs. I was however, pleased to watch such IP-rich conversations, which I’ll break down for any budding business owners looking to protect their assets.
Joining the Dragons this week were golfing wizards, beauty elixirs, potions and gargoyles. As a patent examiner, I was particularly interested in the first pitch in this week’s episode, so let’s dive straight in...
Intellectual property played a key part in the decisions made in the Den this week, with the Dragons ever keen to know more about how the entrepreneurs had protected their businesses.
Brave pitches, innovative ideas and fierce questioning - a staple of any Dragons’ Den episode, but particularly clear this week.
Plants cleared from gardens, plant-based food delivered to homes, dog snout scanners and adaptive designer wear…another intriguing evening of investor-innovator suspense beckoned as I settled down to watch this week’s Dragons’ Den.
Tonight’s booming episode of Dragons’ Den was as productive as it gets! Various deals were shared around the Den, offered by free-handed investors and rejected by wary, self-assured entrepreneurs.
From pre-loved fashion to a retractable dog safety gate, the deal hungry multi-millionaires had plenty to sink their teeth into this week.
In this week’s episode we got to see a disco in the Den, business models of the future, partnerships popping up and firm rejections.