From Santa and fairies to ballerinas and angels, Dragons’ Den entrepreneur Alison Burton of March Muses spoke to us about how she and her co-founder partner, Natalie Duvall, found success with their Christmas decorations of colour.
Dragons' Den is back and we have reached series 13. Let’s hope it doesn’t turn out to be unlucky for the entrepreneurs who enter the Den this series.
We’ve reached the last episode of series 12. It’s hard to believe but Dragon’s Den has been around since 2005. One of the first ever entrepreneurs to secure a deal back in series one has been in the headlines this …
We saw some great inventions in the den tonight, although what struck a chord with me was the collaboration of IP between different companies.
One thing in particular struck me while watching tonight’s episode. Not the lack of investments made, but the doubts the Dragons had over seemingly well protected inventions.
It’s hard to believe it but we’re halfway through the second half of series 12 of Dragon’s Den already.
It only seems like weeks since we waved goodbye to the Dragons and yet here we are, already two episodes into the second half of the series.
Forget warming by the fire in this chilly weather, the heat was on full blast as the Dragons returned to the Den tonight.
Dragons' Den is all about everyday inventors, designers, creators or entrepreneurs pitching their innovative business ideas to a panel of successful investors, AKA the Dragons.
Well, that's all folks! The first half of series 12 has come to an end, which sadly means this is our last blog for now!
It’s hard to believe that we have already reached the penultimate episode of this series with the Dragons. This week I will be focusing on licensing, protecting your IP internationally and patents.