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Free advice for businesses

Gloucestershire Trading Standards are offering free advice to businesses until the end of August 2020.

Small family-run businesses through to international companies will now be able to access information and guidance to help them understand their legislative responsibilities.

All businesses are subject to Consumer Protection Law and in the current economic climate where time is money Gloucestershire Trading Standards are offering to help to make getting it right first time easier.

The support will cover 100 Acts of Parliament including those relating to general business, food, safety, weights and measures, animal health and animal feed.

A pack is available to help explain what advice, support and guidance is on offer.

Anyone interested should email the team ONLY on tradingstandards@gloucestershire.gov.uk. They will ask you some questions about the nature of your organisation to ensure you get the right information for your needs. The charge will be completely FREE until the end of August 2020 - a saving of £250 per annum or £70 per hour.

Visit Gloucestershire Trading Standards for more information. 

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