Category Archive: Terms and conditions

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 […]

What information can you find out at Companies House Beta?

Sometimes you just need a bit of reassurance that the product you ordered will arrive or your new customer is likely to pay you. Before you enter into any contract or place an order, it’s worth doing a simple, free check with Companies House. Back in 2014 Companies House launched a free search service which […]

Are credit checks for new customers expensive?

Are you a small business or freelancer about to start work on a long-term project with a new customer? Perhaps you’re a bit worried about how and when you will get paid. You know you need to run credit checks, but are they expensive? It’s always great news when you get a big project in […]

Review your contract for every new product or service

When you’re a small business, reviewing or writing specific terms is probably not top of your to-do list, but I bet having a healthy cash flow is definitely a number one priority. If your business sells a range of products or services, your contract with your customer needs to be tailored to cover every eventuality […]

GDPR – Practical help for SME

Following on from my blog “What is GDPR and what does it mean for small business?” I was contacted by a number of you asking if you could some more detailed advice on the differences between the Data Protection Act and the new GDPR. This isn’t my area of expertise, so I asked around and […]