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.
Trade marks is one of the main issues that the IPO deals with. You can find information on trade marks on the IPO website.
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.
Tonight saw the last in the current series of Dragon’s Den. It was an interesting episode with 4 diverse products being pitched.
The penultimate episode of the series tonight and another IP packed show.
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.
Now that we’ve had more than a few days to nurse that New Year’s hangover the team have let me loose on another Dragons’ Den blog.
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.
With only one more episode left in this series, the Dragons have really started to turn up the heat in the Den. There were no investments at all tonight.
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!