All posts by: Ailidh Mather

Measuring at the size of over 17 football pitches, the Amazon Fulfilment Centre in Dunfermline is hard to miss when driving along the M90. As one of two centres in Scotland, the other being in Gourock, they deal with a...
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Winter has well and truly hit us in Edinburgh, and it has got us reminiscing about holidays past. We thought it would be fun to ask the SnapDragon team for their top recommendations of places to visit in 2020. So,...
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According to 2018 results, Black Friday sales topped $6.22 billion in the US alone, with the UK accounting for an additional £1.5 billion revenue, dominated once more by Amazon which recorded the highest activity on both sides of the pond....
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SnapDragon Monitoring was delighted to win Scottish Business of the Year (under 50 staff) at this years Scottish Women’s Awards....
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Today marks British IP Day which celebrates the central role that Intellectual Property (IP) plays across the UK....
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When it comes to expensive apparel and outdoor products, high prices are more often than not related to safety – and making goods safe involves a whole load more than first meets the eye....
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World Anti-Counterfeiting Day (WAC) – now in its 21st year, and never more meaningful than it is today. Fact!...
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We are thrilled to announce yet another success, as our Head Dragon, founder and Chief Executive, Rachel Jones, picked up the award for Most Innovative Technology at the WeDO Scotland Business Awards in Edinburgh....
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For those of us based outside the UK, today is celebrated as Mother’s Day. However, as many of us shop online to find that perfect gift for mum, it’s worth remembering that it is also a prime time for counterfeiters...
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The power of knowledge is the topic for this week. Counterfeiting is a big business. When creating your business, it’s important to ensure you learn as much as you can about intellectual property (IP) infringement issues....
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