Basics to Be Aware of Before Starting Your Own Business

Posted on: 10 December 2018

Once the entrepreneurial bug has bit you, you may be exhilarated at the thought of starting your own business. And if you have a product or a service that is game-changing, you may be thinking that all you need to do is put your business out there and start making money. The reality, however, is much different. There are some tenets you should be aware of if your business is to have a chance at success. [Read More]

Renting a Business Property: 2 Ways a Property Lawyer Can Help

Posted on: 28 December 2017

If you are planning to rent a business premises, you should consider hiring a property lawyer who will be able to help you to assess the terms of the lease and to negotiate with the owner of the property. Below is a guide to 2 things that a property lawyer will be able to help you with. The Rights to Carry Out Alterations to the Property Once you have moved into a commercial premises, you may wish to carry out modifications to the space so you can ensure that stock and customer service areas are in the ideal position. [Read More]

Starting a Pest Control Business? Make Sure You're Operating Legally

Posted on: 5 June 2017

Starting your own business is one of the most exciting things you can do, but it's certainly not short on potential stress. With some types of business, however, there are very specific steps you need to take in order to make sure you're operating legally. Pest control is a service that will never go out of fashion. People will always need a way to deal with unpleasant and harmful critters in their homes and business premises, and there will always be work for professionals who can do that particular type of work. [Read More]

What You Need to Know About Adding Non-Compete Clauses to Your Employees' Contracts

Posted on: 2 June 2017

If you run a creative company, an engineering firm or a multitude of other businesses, you may want to include a non-compete clause in your employees' contracts. Before doing so, however, you may want to understand a bit more about these clauses. Here's the basics. 1. Non-compete Clauses Can Be Essential to Protect Your Business When you're brainstorming with your employees, doing research and developing products, a lot of information gets shared. [Read More]