Monthly Archives: April 2016

BBC News: Account switch scam nets 5,000 victims

Account switch scam nets 5,000 victims – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-36086055

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Southern Entrepreneurs – Digital Skills

DIGITAL SKILLS EVENT Digital Skills is a brand new, tailor-made suite of training programmes specifically designed to help small businesses develop their knowledge of the internet, social media and benefits of getting their business online From developing a website to using … Continue reading

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F2 Business Huddle – Friday 8th April 2016

12 noon Waterlooville Basepoint, Waterberry Drive, Waterlooville, Hampshire, PO7 7TH Network with a purpose – “An eye for accuracy” with Reputation Advocate Peter Clarke of PPG Proofreading. Just £10 on the door.   Find out more and book your place.

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Southern Entrepreneurs

PORTSMOUTH NETWORKING 14 Apr 2016 18:00 – 20:00 Enterprise Centre – PORTSMOUTH So you’re on Twitter and you essentially get it but have a nagging suspicion that you could do it better, get more out of it and wouldn’t it … Continue reading

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I have an online shop. What happens if I don’t tell my customers that they have 14 days to decide if they want to keep the goods I’ve posted to them?

The law says that in ‘distance sales’ to consumers you have to tell your customers that they have a 14 day cancellation right, what they need to do if they want to cancel and who pays for the return postage. … Continue reading

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I have no idea if my Terms & Condition’s are any good and whether they would actually hold up if challenged by some big corporate lawyer, can you help

Terms and conditions, agreements, contracts, terms of engagement, call them what you will, they are the bedrock of any business. Well crafted documents clarify and explain how the working relationship will operate and manage client expectations. However it is when … Continue reading

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I’ve just taken on my first employee do I need to give them a contract?

As soon as someone accepts you job offer they have a contract with you. An employment contract doesn’t have to be written down, but it makes sense to record what was agreed. It should set out the employment conditions and … Continue reading

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