With time ticking away before the January 1st deadline for the change in place of supply for EU VAT there are worryingly few third parties coming forward with ways to help people implement the changes.
I believe that the EU VAT changes will make European businesses less competitive, both financially and in terms of the barriers to purchase we will need to throw up.
I woke up this morning and my inbox was full of VAT questions. I’m not an expert but here are the possible routes for people needing to deal with the VATMOSS situation.
A post about how we are changing our systems to collect the proof of customer location required to comply with the new EU VAT rules.
How do we reconcile the things we enjoy doing with the things we need to do for growth to happen? How do we stop ourselves becoming the sort of business that we never wanted to run?
The new UK VAT rules potentially catch micro-businesses that are not registered for VAT. Any unregistered freelancer who also sells an ebook or licensed software needs to take a look at this right now.
I’m launching a new site including a fixed price technical editing service for ebook authors and self-publishers.
The problem we have with marketing Perch is that at the core of Perch is simplicity. In this post I write about why that is important, but why it presents us with a constant marketing challenge.
Some thoughts on ways I use Tweets as “social proof” that people find our product, and presentations that I do, valuable.
I sometimes wonder if all of these “free” products and services people get to use has skewed all of our understanding of how the product/customer relationship works when applied to businesses that do not have funding.