The UK holds the position as the 4th largest market for e-commerce globally. Both business owners and customers describe online businesses as convenient and budget-friendly. The absence of a traditional brick-and-mortar retail store has resulted in significant cost-savings for companies and allows them to avoid all the challenges associated with a physical setup. However, starting an online business isn’t always plain sailing, particularly with regards to the legal implications. With that said, here are four legal considerations to keep in mind when starting your online business.
Insurance is a part of doing business. However, cyber liability insurance is becoming increasingly important for businesses of all sizes in today's digital age and is law if you operate using data. And pretty much no startup can work without computers. So, here's why you need it.