Category Archive: Terms and conditions

What is a Written Word Agreement?

A written word agreement is exactly what it sounds like, it’s writing down things you have agreed verbally between yourself and your client. There’s the saying, “the pen is mightier than the sword” and this is especially true in business where things that have been agreed and written down will stand up if ever there […]

Why should you have terms and conditions in place?

Why do I need T’s and C’s? Every company needs some form of agreement to provide a product or service to a customer. These are usually called Terms and Conditions however you may see them called Terms of Use, Terms of Reference or Terms of Acceptance, which generally mean the same thing. They’re all documents […]

Is your contract delaying your ability to raise an invoice?

This is an interesting question to answer as it doesn’t apply to all businesses and obviously doesn’t apply when payment is taken up front. However, there are some cases where you’ll provide a product or service to a client but for various reasons, you can’t invoice them straight away, this is normally because there’s something […]

How Much Does A Contract Cost?

The cost of a contract can vary from company to company. It depends what clauses you want to include, what laws apply to your company, what you want your contract to cover and how you intend to use it. What are you paying for? When pricing a contract, you’re paying for consultation time, knowledge and […]

10 companies, 1 day – what happened?

You know how sometimes you go on a course or workshop and you know it has a real impact. For me there has been 2 of these, they were both back in 2015 and have a massive impact on me, my choices and my business even now.  BradCamp by Brad Burton and The Networking Retreat […]

What changes does your contract need due to GDPR?

You are in the minority of businesses since you have a contract in place, well done give yourself a big TICK . However have you amended your contract to include the changes you need for GDPR? Your existing contract should already include a data protection clause, which is fabulous as you still need the fact […]

You’ve confirmed a speaking gig but life got in the way, what happens?

It is a nightmare scenario, but as a professional speaker one you have to plan for. You’ve been contacted about an opportunity to speak, you’ve confirmed you are free on that date. You’ve raised and been paid the agreed fee. Everything looks rosy until BOOM you are seriously ill and you have to cancel your […]

Are you prepared for a cashless society in the next decade?

Cashpoints are disappearing. We genuinely are heading towards a cashless society – is your business prepared? It has been reported that the number of cash points will be halved in the next decade as Link moves to remove cash points and replace them with free cash points in supermarkets. Yes this may be related to […]