Our New Service: The very best help with your Supplier and Agency Marketing Contracts and Agreements
Contracts and agreements are essential for defining responsibilities and keeping businesses safe from potential liabilities. You may be a promoter seeking to confirm a campaign plan from a new agency, or you might be an agency needing to engage a new supplier to fulfil a particular role, or you could be preparing a new sponsorship package or buying prizes from an experience company. Perhaps you want a celebrity to blog about your new product launch or engage the services of a data company to processing your consumer entry forms or data. All of these activities would benefit from having some form of agreement in place to cover the risks and in many cases meet legal obligations.
But how can you get a good agreement drafted fast and effectively?
Not everyone has an internal legal team, and even if you do, they tend to be busy and may not be able to prioritise your needs. Commercial lawyers will have little experience of real marketing issues and can be costly and time consuming.
This is why PromoVeritas is offering a specialist marketing contracts service – precisely the level of legal expertise and marketing knowledge you require at a fixed price. Our legal team now includes Beverley Saha, a 25-year qualified lawyer who for ten years was Legal Counsel at Coca-Cola and spent three years as the IPM’s Legal Advisor.
We will produce agreements and contracts that are clear and concise and cover the key risks and liabilities that should provide the basis for a long-term trouble-free relationship between the parties.
Some of the types of contracts we can help with, either drafting or reviewing:
- Client/Agency Agreements – Master Services and Service Level Agreements
- Brand sponsorship
- Intellectual property
- Celebrity endorsement
- Supplier agreement
So, for a fast and effective solution to providing specialist legal agreements with all of the marketing know-how and none of the headaches, contact our Marketing Contracts team now.