Online business and e-commerce owners can naively think that they are immune to the laws that apply to physical businesses.
Anastasia Belyh is a 3x serial entrepreneur and blogger since 2009. She loves helping people find their dream job with Cleverism and start a side business with FounderJar. When she’s not working, she loves to travel the world and play the piano.
In your excitement and rush to get things started, however, you should not forget about the legal aspects of starting a website. If you ignore them, they might come back to haunt you and could even force you to close your business.
When starting a new business, most entrepreneurs are usually focused on things like available financing options for funding for their startup, building a business website, marketing and attracting their first few customers, and so on. At this point, many entrepreneurs don’t take the time to consider different legal aspects of their new business. Failing to
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