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Selling Goods Online
In this guide, we outline the legal requirements for traders selling goods (products or digital content) online.
Business Continuity Planning
This article explains how to make a continuity plan to ensure that a business can operate as effectively as possible if a serious incident occurs.
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Apply for more time to file your company’s accounts
How to request an extension to your Companies House filing deadline if an unplanned event stops you filing your accounts.
Setting up and Running a Payroll System
A brief guide to payroll systems
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What are the Legal Requirements for Business Websites
A review of the basic obligations for businesses online
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An Introduction to Creating a Food Safety Management System
A Food Safety Management System (FSMS) helps a food business operator avoid potential hazards in food preparation and handling.

Family Business Support - Institute of Family Business

Nov 2, 2017, 17:35 PM
IFB is the UK’s family business organisation, supporting and promoting the UK family-owned business sector through events, networking, representation, thought leadership and analysis. Their network is open exclusively to family business owners and managers - by families, for families.
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Url : http://www.ifb.org.uk/

The IFB was founded in 2001 by a group of family business owners to create a safe and non-solicitous environment where they could get together to talk openly about their challenges and share their experiences to help others.  Those founding principles are still core to how they operate today. 

As a not-for-profit organisation they put the needs of our members at the heart of everything we do.

The IFB provides a safe space where family businesses can connect, share their stories and learn from each other.Through their community, for the past 16 years, they have been helping family businesses across the UK to achieve their long-term goals.

IFB members are part of a wider, global network of over 3,000 family firms through the Family Business Network (FBN).

 

 
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Documents

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How to Export Goods tool
An online tool published by the Department for International Trade to help exporters move goods abro...
Reopening businesses and venues in England
This guidance details the steps to reopen certain businesses and venues in England.
New watchdog to boost online competition launches
A tough new regulator to help make sure tech giants such as Facebook and Google cannot exploit their...
Enabling safe and effective volunteering during co...
This guidance aims to help organisations and groups understand how to safely and effectively involve...
(COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions: what you can ...
Coronavirus restrictions remain in place. Find out what you can and cannot do.
Further targeted ransomware attacks on the UK educ...
The NCSC is responding to further targeted ransomware attacks on the education sector by cyber crimi...

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Defining standards for Net Zero and Carbon Neutral claims – Introducing PAS2060
Over the past year, we have seen a significant shift in the interest in matters relating to measuring and managing Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and other gree...
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Protect your small business from cyber crime
These 6 simple actions will help protect your business from cyber crime.
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5 Reason why Entrpreneurs need to focus on Cybersecurity
When you hear of a new cybersecurity threat on the news, what type of business do you think is most likely to be the victim of an attack?

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