Hi, I have a hypothetical I'd like to run past everyone here. I am currently employed full time and have an idea for a business I think would be viable. I want to maintain my current job while developing the business but I don't want to have to declare this to my employer. My contract states I should but I see it as unlikely my employer would believe due to my WFH status that I would seperate my side business from work time. I'm sure they would imagine I'd be working on my business in their work time and forbid me from doing it. I intend to build my business out of work hours, using my own equipment so there can be no claim to IP. I have a potential way of selling my service through a self-employed friend who has a good alignment with what I intend to do. Ideally I would like him to sell my product and then have a means to give me my cut. Now, I'll say that I want to do everything honestly but I have no idea how my friend could then give me an agreed cut - does anyone have experience of this they can help with?