Strategies to improve your productivity, sales & profitability as well as minimise legal and commercial risks in your business include:
Introduce template agreements in order to streamline your processes, improve communication & minimise mistakes
Protect your intellectual property in order to increase the value of your business & protect your reputation in the market
Ensure your business structure is set up properly to protect you legally, minimise tax and to allow for growth
Consider incentives, equity and other programs to retain your valuable staff and motivate performance
Ensure your advertising & marketing programs are designed to maximise sales with minimum legal risk
See our legal checklist for more ideas to take your business to the next level!
If you need assistance with any of the legal strategies above, please let us know.
Current as at December 2010.
Holden has recently provided refunds to some customers following the heavily promoted “You Pay What We Pay” campaign. The campaign stated that during the promotion the public would receive the same discount on new Holden vehicles that its employees were entitled to.
When organic growth just isn’t fast enough, an alternative business expansion method is to purchase an existing business. This can quickly complement your existing business with new staff, new products and new clients.
33 consumers who responded to an on-line advertisement from Dell Australia in which computer hardware was mistakenly offered at a “ridiculously” low price, will receive the goods at the advertised price after intervention from the NSW Office of Fair Trading.
Do-Not-Contact Register of Australia Pty Ltd has been established to fight unwanted telemarketing calls. By subscribing to the Register, a person’s request to not be contacted will be sent to many organisations. If the person continues to receive phone calls, the Register will lodge a complaint with the company involved, if the phone calls persist, the register will contact the Privacy Commissioner. If the person is still contacted, the Register will then seek an apprehended violence order (AVO) against the company.