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As a photographer you must protect yourself with a legally binding document, and require all clients to read and sign off on your terms and conditions when they engage your services. 1. Provide details that will inform your quote for the client: Your terms and conditions should specify the particulars … Continue reading
You can’t make good food without good ingredients. So if your business depends on good ingredients, you need strong supply agreements in place. Your supply agreements should be in writing and should set out the following: Agreed price and/or method of determining price Your supply agreement must state a price. … Continue reading
Does your business use the Facebook pixel? Retargeting? Custom audiences? Make sure your website terms reflect this…
Building apartments? Starting a new business in rented property? Under the Planning Schemes applicable in Victoria, there’s generally a requirement to make provision for car-parking. That might sound simple but, as is rapidly becoming apparent in our changing city, the standard requirements are out-dated. At least in the city and … Continue reading
Collaborations between businesses are great. Like an assisted yoga pose, they can take both participants to places they couldn’t get to on their own. It could be creating a new product, researching a new idea or combining your marketing forces. But you need to be smart about collaborations, particularly where … Continue reading