It is not uncommon for a small business to have a smaller customer base. Some such companies get a majority of their business from just a few customers, or even just one. When this is the case, a big portion of the company’s financial well-being can be tied to how things are going with their biggest customer. So, one of the things that could keep a small business owner up at night is fear of someday losing their biggest client.
It appears that one of the things Texas has been seeing a lot of so far this year are new businesses.
One of the new ways for interacting with, reaching out to and providing convenience to customers that technology has made an option for businesses is having a mobile app.
When it comes to business contracts, what most people probably picture is a written agreement. However, a signed writing is not the only way a contract can be formed. For one, contracts can also be formed through verbal agreement.
When a business is struggling, there are a great many things that can be incredibly important to it. One is the contracts it has. Thus, being the victim of a breach of contract can be particularly tough on a struggling business. Attorneys can help businesses that have been harmed by a breach of contract understand what legal actions they can take in relation to the breach.
One type of contract dispute that sometimes occurs between businesses is a dispute over whether a contract was actually formed. Among the things the formation of a contract involves is an offer being made and that offer being accepted. One issue that disputes over whether a contract was formed sometimes center on is whether an offer that one party made was in fact accepted by the other party.