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Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Consultant Template

Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Consultant Template 3.00/5 (60.00%) 1 vote
Friday 10th January 2020

MS Word (.doc) – Our Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA): Consultant template is designed to save you time in writing such documents from scratch. We carefully review our templates to ensure they can be reused quickly and easily with minimal input. ... Read More »

Growing Your Business

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Plan for growth Once your business is established and you’re making a profit on the products and services you sell to customers, you may want to start thinking about how to grow. Many businesses think of growth in terms of increased sales, but it’s also important to focus on how to maintain or improve your ... Read More »

Tendering For Public Sector Contracts

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Overview There may be opportunities for your business to provide goods or services to the public sector, either through a direct contract or by becoming a subcontractor. The public sector includes: Central government departments and agencies Non-departmental public bodies The NHS and its local trusts Local authorities The Northern Ireland Assembly The National Assembly for ... Read More »

Shipping Goods

Shipping Goods 2.00/5 (40.00%) 1 vote
Friday 10th January 2020
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In the UK When you transport goods by road, you must use a CMR note, which is a contract between you and the carrier. You will need 3 copies of the CMR note: For your records To send to the carrier To travel with the goods If you’re shipping dangerous goods there are extra rules ... Read More »

Incoterms (International Commercial Terms)

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Overview International Commercial Terms (‘Incoterms’) are internationally recognised standard trade terms used in sales contracts. They’re used to make sure buyer and seller know: Who is responsible for the cost of transporting the goods, including insurance, taxes and duties Where the goods should be picked up from and transported to Who is responsible for the ... Read More »

Government Help For Exporters

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Export finance and insurance UK Export Finance (also known as the Export Credits Guarantee Department) is the UK’s official export credit agency. It helps UK exporters by ‘underwriting’ bank loans offered to overseas buyers of UK products and services. This means it takes on the risk of the loan from the bank, so that the ... Read More »

Importing And Exporting By Post

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Importing by post What you have to declare and pay in customs duty, excise duty or import VAT depends on the value and type of the goods you’re importing. Importing by post includes goods you’ve bought abroad and have sent to you, eg when you buy something online. It also includes gifts sent to you. ... Read More »

Starting To Import

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Friday 10th January 2020
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Overview To import goods into the UK from outside the European Union (EU) or move them from another EU country you have to: Find the correct commodity code for your goods Pay VAT in some cases Fill in a VAT return if you’re VAT registered Register with the CHIEF system for importers if you’re exporting ... Read More »