Business Development And Consulting Agreement
In some business contract templates, they also define the length of time of conflict of interest during which the advisor cannot provide the services to other clients operating in the client`s business. Similarly, many other concepts, such as compensation, conflict of interest, payment services, salvatorial clause, current legislation, insurance and guarantees, etc., are clearly mentioned. Many business development services offer different services and specialize in different skills such as business development capabilities, communication skills, negotiation skills, strategic skills, IT skills, project management skills, business intelligence skills, etc. The client must choose the right business development service provider to develop their business development without creating problems. The persons involved in this agreement are the client who wishes to benefit from the business development services and the advisor who provides such development and consulting services. Such an advisor will provide the services after agreeing to the terms set out in the agreement by the client. These terms and conditions include the different parameters such as scope of service, type of service, disclosure of essential events, confidentiality agreement, indemnification, conflict of interest, payment services, insurance and guarantees, etc. vary in the presentation of the business development agreement based on the service required by the business customer. 3.2 Refund. The Company undertakes to reimburse the Advisor for all actually reasonable and necessary expenses that are directly related to the consulting services.
These expenses include, but are not limited to, travel-related expenses (i.e. fares, hotel, temporary accommodation, meals, parking spaces, taxis, mileage, etc.), telephone calls and postal expenses. The costs incurred by the consultant are reimbursed by the company within fifteen days of the consultant`s duly written request for reimbursement. 5.1 Confidentiality. When providing consulting services under this Agreement, the Consultant may be exposed to certain „Confidential Information“ (as defined below) of the Company and be required to use it. The Advisor agrees that the Advisor and the Consultant`s staff, representative or representative do not use such Confidential Information, directly or indirectly, for the benefit of any person, organization or organization other than the Company, nor disclose such Confidential Information without the written permission of the President of the Company, neither during nor after the term of this Agreement. as long as this information retains the characteristics of the confidential information. 1.3 Confidentiality.
In order for the consultant to provide the consulting services, it may be necessary for the company to provide the consultant with confidential information (as defined below) about the company`s business and products. The company will rely heavily on the consultant`s prudent integrity and discernment to use this information only in the best interest of the company. 1.6 Reporting. The advisor will provide the company with regular written reports on its observations and conclusions with regard to advisory services. At the end of this agreement, the consultant shall, at the request of the company, draw up a final report on the consultant`s activities. The Counsellor acknowledges that the provisions of Articles 5, 6 and 7 of this Agreement are reasonably necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the undertaking, that they are proportionate and lasting and are not excessively restrictive. The Counsellor also acknowledges that a breach of any of the provisions of Articles 5, 6 or 7 of this Agreement will cause irreparable harm to the Company and that a remedy in the event of a breach of the Agreement is insufficient and that, therefore, the Company has the right to seek all appropriate remedies, including: not limited to injunctions and other remedies, which are available between the parties under the legislation or agreement in force. . . .