And for those who are out there with a wild idea, no plans or infrastructure — and I hear dozens of you every month — forget about it. No one – NOBODY – will sell sponsorship for your “concept.” The distribution agency understands and accepts that the company is the rightful owner of all securities, rights, interest and products included in this agreement. Participation often varies greatly from one sponsor to another, from a company that simply supplies products to a venue, to a sponsor who, with keynote speaker, entertainment or catering, offers a large sit-down dinner until the designation of an establishment, program or event. The more complicated the participation, the more important the sponsorship contract becomes. We have already mentioned the non-competition clause, but it goes beyond exclusivity. It describes the specifics of your agreement and the exclusive rights to which a particular sponsor might be entitled on the basis of the package it has acquired. For example, a sponsor may have the exclusive right to have their logo on stage or be the only food seller authorized to sell food at your event. The exclusivity clause defines the agreed terms that confer special rights on a particular promoter. Due to the extra exposure, exclusivity usually comes with a higher day price for sponsors.

Make sure you clearly define the types of businesses your sponsor defines as a competitor so that there is no confusion about which companies you may or may not approach in the future. While it may be tempting to have a boiler platform agreement, it is always best to tailor the details for each participating sponsor to include the peculiarities. There is therefore no room for misunderstandings. The first thing you should do when you create a sponsorship contract is to consult a lawyer. This contribution is designed only as information and should not replace the advice of a lawyer. The basics of a sponsorship contract are often: when the sponsorship brokers were there first, it was entirely based on the orders. There has been a tendency to a pre-payment commission. Now the standard has moved towards the retainer plus commission, with no pre-payment fees. All offers made available to customers must be submitted for each order with billing and sales documents.

In order to ensure that the needs of both parties are met, a sponsorship agreement is established in the form of a contract specifying the details that each party accepts. The distribution agency may not provide misleading or false information about products or companies in this distribution agency agreement. When creating a sponsorship contract, it is imperative to consult a lawyer. This contribution is designed only as information and is not designed as legal advice or substitute to advise a lawyer. (g) If the contractor terminates the contract without notice, it is paid only for sales received at the time of termination. Within 30 days of the entry into force of this distribution agency agreement, the company may assign the distribution agency an annual quota deemed fair and appropriate and will take into account previous sales, the economic condition of the area and possible additional market situations in the area. (c) The contractor undertakes to compensate the House, its representatives and staff and to fully compensate all claims in this agreement. PandaTip: This model clearly defines the distribution agency`s responsibilities for this agreement. These tasks include obtaining an annual quota, conducting advertising and other advertising activities, and providing after-sales services. It really means making selling easier.

Large, well-established, sexy (in the marketing sense) real estate are relatively easy to sell, and these are the features that are of most interest to sponsorship brokers.