Business Essentials: Are simple documents killing your business?
Quotes, Invoices and Terms & Conditions: What should they look like and how will they stand up when a dispute arises?
Business owners understand the need for expert advice when it comes to high value or complex contracts. But what about the simplest documents in your business?
Failing to get your quotes, invoices and standard terms & conditions right can mean failure for your business.
Jointly presented by our Commercial + Property and Litigation sections this seminar will help managers, business owners and business advisors better understand the importance of getting these documents right.
Amanda Tolson, Director, Commercial + Property
Part 1 - How to avoid a dispute – getting the documents right from the start
Harrison Humphries, Head of Section, Litigation
Part 2 – What helps when your customer doesn’t pay
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