Retail online is continuing to increase: with low setup costs and the potential to reach niche and mass markets worldwide it’s an attractive proposition. But if you are selling online there are some important rules
As an artist or designer, when commissioned to provide artwork for a client, it’s really useful – essential, some would say – to have the terms in writing. While it can feel difficult for
If you regularly source products from the same suppliers – or if you are a supplier with some regular customers – then it can often be of benefit for both sides, to set up a
Setting up a new Cleaning Services Company – or expanding your existing one? Make sure you have some proper Terms of Business. Terms of Business do not need to be long-winded – and having
Providing services to a client? Make sure you have the deal in writing with some terms to protect you (but without annoying the client). Whether you are providing services for a one off job or
If you are thinking of setting up a Company with Shareholders, be sure to have all rights and responsibilities agreed in writing. A good contract will protect your interests and help you avoid disputes or
When Colin Cochrane showed his girlfriend’s five year old son how his online spread betting account worked, he was in for a nasty surprise. The child had a go on the system while he was
As reported in Business Matters last week, outstanding debts to small and medium-sized business stood at a record £35.3bn at the end of last year – and large companies have been identified as the main culprits.
The Bribery Act legislation coming into force on July 1st 2011, requires companies to have “adequate procedures” to prevent corruption – i.e. a Code of Conduct – in order to avoid the risk of an offence under the new law.
ContractStore has collaborated with Lawpack to launch a new guide: the Business Terms and Conditions e-kit.