Monthly Archives: Jul 2015

Join us at Business Brains Networking Group, Waterlooville – 10 am – 2 pm, Wednesday 5th August 2015

Robert from Crimson Crab trading law consultancy is one of the business specialists at this free event. Please do book a place, so you can come along, ask your questions and meet other local businesses. “The event provides a fresh … Continue reading

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Late Payments

Small business commissioner to target late payments –

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Auto Enrolment Pensions Guide

The Pensions Regulator has produced a guide on how to find a pension scheme (opens in a new window).

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Free Cyber Security Workshop, Bordon, Hampshire

As a business do you use the internet, have mobile devices or handle data? Do you want to know a bit more about the inherent risks and what you can do to protect your business? Crimson Crab is providing this … Continue reading

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Can I use the logo of a trade association on my website and marketing material?

If you are a member of a trade association or are registered with a regulator you may be able to display their logo on your website. In some cases you may be required to do so as a condition of … Continue reading

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I own a franchise so I’m assuming that I don’t need to worry about compliance and any changes in legislation, am I right?

With respect to certain laws for example data protection and consumer protection, you will have a duty to ensure your compliance. Of course you can rely on the franchise holder to do this for you, however you will still be … Continue reading

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I’m a web designer so I design beautiful websites for my clients. I’m not concerned with legal nonsense, that is my clients responsibility, isn’t it?

Yes and no. It is always the business owner’s responsibility to ensure legal compliance. However a web designer does not want to take on responsibility by offering advice in areas they are unqualified to help with. So it is wise … Continue reading

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