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    26 March 2021

    Webinar: Protecting your brand when selling your services online

    In early March, Steeles Law co-presented with Brian Bush and Naked Marketing, as part of the Norfolk Chamber Respond, Restart and Rebuild masterclass, titled 'Kickstart your Growth and Recovery in 90-minutes'.

    Commercial Solicitor Alistair Ponder discussed how best to connect with Amazon and eBay when selling your services online and the legal challenges faced when protecting your brand.

    Research shows that the number of consumers shopping online weekly is up 28% compared to pre-pandemic.  Whether you are a well-established company accustomed to selling your goods online, or a start-up new to this style of sales, it is important to be aware of some of the challenges and legal risks faced by online retailers and how we can assist with overcoming these.

    Now is the time to get your business affairs in order which will protect your assets and future growth, and help you plan wisely for the future. With the rise of online marketplaces, such as Amazon and eBay, it is relatively easy for anyone to sell products online.  However,  it is vital for you to have control of the distribution via bulk selling, as this could have a detrimental effect on your business brand.


    Watch the webinar ‘Recovery Programme | Kickstart your Growth and Recovery in 90 minutes

    Accompanying slides ‘Alistair Norfolk Chamber Slides March 2021 ‘



    Please find links to the articles Alistair mentioned in the presentation:

    If you would like to speak to a member of the Commercial team, please email commercial@steeleslaw.co.uk or call 01603 598000 and a member of the team will be happy to contact you directly.

    *The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.

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