When setting up a website, webshop and marketing strategy, legislation must always be taken into account. As with everything, including designing a website, you have to comply with a number of rules . These have come to protect the consumer, the visitor to your website . When you comply, you also protect your company
In itself, the legislation is not complicated or absurd. With a short check, you will soon know whether you meet the requirements. Ask yourself:
“What information does the visitor need to be sure that my company is a correct company.”
When your website displays all this information, you’re in good shape. But then of course there is also the GDPR.
Legislation and rules in Belgium and Europe change regularly. And you also need to have a solid legal background to interpret and apply them correctly.
Below we give a brief overview of some things that ALWAYS apply. Most rules are based on your company’s articles of association. A lawyer or lawyer is professionally trained to assist you in this. We therefore recommend that you consult them, especially if you want to do e-commerce.
Your contact details must be easy to find, up to date and clear.
Also clearly state all the business details of your company:
These are needed for two things:
At wekreate you can have a thorough scan done in terms of legal correctness and validity. We always work together with Serius Legal. They are also partners of feweb , the professional association of digital companies .