Marketing and selling

Whether you are selling to businesses or consumers, you must comply with laws designed to protect customers and ensure acceptable trading standards.

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Marketing and selling - overview

Marketing matters. Marketing drives sales for businesses of all sizes by ensuring that customers think of their brand when they want to buy.

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Marketing and advertising - overview

You must make sure your marketing activities comply with consumer protection regulations. Any email marketing is also separately regulated.

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Consumer protection - overview

Treating customers fairly and honestly is good for your reputation, helping retain existing customers, attract new ones and build customer loyalty.

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Importing and exporting - overview

Importing and exporting can present exciting new business opportunities, from opening up new markets to sourcing unique or cheaper supplies.

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Labelling and packaging FAQs

You must display certain information on product labelling, including safety information for dangerous items. Packaging must meet legal requirements.

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Understand legal issues for importers

Buying from a supplier abroad can bring unique issues, including legal and cultural differences and transport problems. Our guide to the main issues.

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Distance selling and marketing FAQs

Distance selling regulations apply to the sale of goods and services where there has been no face-to-face contact between the customer and your business.

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Product liability FAQs

Product liability laws cover consumer goods and goods used in a workplace. If someone ia injured by a defective product, they can sue for damages.

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Agents and distributors FAQs

Agents and distributors can be a great way to market your products, however there are risks and it's important to have a proper agreement in place.