Which business type do you want to improve?
We recognize common business types as authentic source holders (for example the Chamber of Commerce) do. The attention for a business type grows as companies belonging to a business type wish to organize their legal operations effectively. It inspires the Contract Board to develop and maintain company-specific contract libraries for specific business types. This also applies to our compliance professionals who keep specific codes of conduct and/or baselines up to date.
Independent contractors (IC’s) distinguish themselves with specific knowledge and skills and want to do what they are good at. Just like their clients, they are aware of the risks in the area of tax and employment law and want to have the formal aspects of entrepreneurship well organised. IC’s want to present themselves to their (potential) clients as a professional and reliable party.
There is a wide variety of business types in Small and Small Business (SME). The Chamber of Commerce pays specific attention to SMEs. SMEs mainly conduct their business activities in sole proprietorships or legal entities; in particular private limited companies and composite entities (holding companies and operating companies).
The healthcare, education and social sectors, just like the municipal, provincial and national government, have their own type of information ecosystems with their own culture, customs and sometimes language use. In a healthcare sector, we distinguish (academic) hospitals, healthcare institutions, medical practices, obstetric practices, dentists, dental hygienists and others. The institutions mainly work closely together regionally.
Healthcare providers often provide regional care to patients and clients. The care providers work together in networks. Both the care recipients and the care providers are in control of “their” care; or derived from this, they control their own data. We recognize patients/clients, and primary, secondary and third-line care. We manage the contract library for the corporate legal function for primary, secondary and third-line healthcare.