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selling

Finding and selling to customers

Sales commission structure for UK small business

You need to take on a salesperson to grow your business. But how do you know what to pay them? Here are the different sales commission structures you can use.

Accounts & Tax

As predicted, Amazon passes on 2% sales tax onto small businesses

Amazon tells small businesses selling through its platform that it is increasing its fees by 2 per cent to cover cost of Government digital sales tax

Business Technology

Live Chat revolution – Convert leads into sales with Live Chat

Traditional websites are becoming less effective at converting browsers into sales. Offering Live Chat could give you the competitive edge. In fact, SMEs have the most to gain from offering a Live Chat service out of hours - it could be what makes you stand out from the competition.

Finding and selling to customers

Third party platforms: is it worth selling through the likes of eBay and Amazon?

Third party selling platforms may seem tempting to boost your small business sales, but make sure you know all of the pros and cons before you get started.

Partner content

Can businesses save money on CBILS repayment costs by refinancing for a RLS loan?

Your business could save money on CBILS repayments by refinancing for an RLS loan – Funding Options tells us how

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What is professional indemnity insurance?

Professional indemnity insurance provides cover if somebody sues your business and they allege that your advice caused financial loss or damaged their brand. It’s not just for accountants and lawyers but for anyone offering a personal service, even web designers

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What is public liability insurance, and does it cover Covid-19 claims?

Public liability insurance can cover your small business if a third party has an accident or injury. But does public liability insurance cover claims made against your business arising from Covid-19?

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Business insurance everything you need to know

Every small business may need to be insured at some level. But which policies are must-haves, and which are optional? Edward Murray guides you through the maze