With little over a week to go until the big day, most of us will be thinking about our Christmas dinner.
Gary has been working in the field of Intellectual Property for over 30 years, and has been helping businesses develop and protect their creativity using IP.
A member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and with diplomas in both Business and IP,Gary joined the Business Outreach and Education team in 1999 and regularly provides Intellectual Property training at workshops, seminars and conferences, and has edited the monthly IPO E-newsletter IPInsight for the past 5 years.
Staying ahead of the competition and innovating are key elements to the success of any business.
I think most people can remember the first record they bought.
Most products will go through a standard product life cycle of introduction, growth, maturity and decline.
Us Brits love a queue. According to a survey in 2013, we will spend up to 5 and a half hours in a queue every month.
From furniture to clothing, mobile phones to cars, music has been used to promote every type of service or product.
It’s a sad occasion when one of your favourite television series comes to an end, how can you fill the void?
To be honest, I haven’t got much love for Valentine’s Day. Restaurants are crammed with couples who wish they were at home in comfort watching a film.
Having some time off over Christmas and New Year allowed me to catch up with a bit of television viewing. A programme that I like is “Death in Paradise”.
It can’t be far away now. The John Lewis advert is on, Sky movies has a special Christmas channel and Jona Lewie is in a kitchen, trying to stop the cavalry.