This marketing service contract is concluded by and among the members of Kowala Creative and “I`m not going to be a “I`m going to be a no-go-all” Kowala Creative owns and distributes digital marketing and design services on the Internet. As with any enterprise contract, a marketing agreement explains what is expected of the hired marketing agency or consultant, and describes in detail the extent of the work for which they were engaged. It is a legal document that illustrates what a marketing agency or marketing consultant needs to accomplish. It serves as a record of what has been agreed by all parties, and it goes into logistics details such as payment, chronology and delivery items. No exclusivity: the contracting parties understand that this agreement is not an exclusive agreement (i.e. the parties are not “stable”). The parties agree that they are free to enter into similar agreements with other parties. Depending on the industry, there may be some legislation that needs to be discussed in view of your marketing agreement. There may even be a debate about taxes and who will pay what. Also be sure to collect all insurance information, if any. 11.3 This agreement may be denounced at any time by one of the contracting parties, with immediate effect or with the mutual agreement of the parties, or if one of the contracting parties: This agreement (the “agreement”) is concluded from , 2017, from and between the City of HAPEVILLE (hereafter referred to as “City”), a Georgian municipal company and ATL AIRPORT DISTRICT, INC.
a destination marketing organization covered in Chapter 13 of Title 48 of the , and a corporation incorporated in accordance with Georgia state laws and qualified as a not-for-profit corporation covered by Section 501 (c) (6) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code (`organization` or `DMO`). In this agreement, the city and the organization are sometimes referred to as “party” or “party” collectively. While this is not necessary, here are some important areas to consider when drafting your marketing agreement to help identify results. But is it really necessary to have one? Why is it not enough to hire a contractor or agency for a set period of time and let them do their magic? Isn`t it in the interest of hiring an external marketing agency that you can free up time and not worry about the commercialization of your business? It also serves as a written protocol that protects all parties, as it clarifies what is expected of whom and until when.