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1) Agreement For Licensing An Old Product To Create A New One
If you find someone with a product that you can change into a different format or create a derivative from it, use this agreement to license their product and/or name so that you can create a new product, use their credibility and share the profits with them.
2) Barter Letter Agreement
Here is a barter agreement where you exchange a product or service for an item which can be sold at a future time. Use your imagination, and you’ll find that this kind of agreement can be used in many different kinds of businesses.
3) Barter Letter Agreement for Personal Services
In this barter agreement, you’ll get a product now in exchange for future services. You’re able to resell product right away and the services are to be provided on demand. The return on investment, depends on what you sell the product for and how fast you sell it, so the return can be incredible.
4) Contingency Letter Agreement
Offering your work on a contingency basis, is a great opportunity for both the business owner and the consultant. The Business owner only pays for the results the consultant generates and the consultant gets to share in the profits that his/her knowledge, skills and techniques are able to generate.
Working on contingency is applicable in so many other areas of business. So modify this agreement to suit your situation.
5) Copy Writer Agreement
Do you need a great sales letter, classified ad, newspaper ad, newsletter or yellow page ad written? Unless you are going to do it by yourself, you’re going to need a great copywriter. This is an agreement to employ a great copywriter to create advertising for your product or service.
6) Intellectual Property Rights Agreement
You have this great idea that is very profitable, money saving, time saving or just valuable in some way.
Unless its totally TOP SECRET information that can’t be shared with anyone out side of your company, it makes sense to make even more money from your ideas.
Sell/Rent your intellectual property to another business that can use it. You can sell it to another industry, if its applicable to a different industry and you can also sell it to another business in your industry. Wouldn’t it be fun to be making money from your competitors?
This agreement can help to make sure you get paid appropriately for your knowledge. Always keep control while getting paid, so you can take a percentage over and over and over again from multiple buyers.
7) List Use Letter Agreement
Having a large mailing list full of good qualified prospects that would be interested in your products and services is a beautiful thing to have. Unfortunately most of us don’t have such a huge list… yet.
However you can rent other people’s mailing lists and sell to their clients and customers, so that you can build your own list.
8) List Usage With Contingency Fee Agreement
This agreement can be used with a business that has their mailing list organized and know the value of it. It can also be used with those businesses that don’t realize the gold mine that they are sitting on.
You can prove to them the value of their list on a “no risk” basis and as an added bonus you might get a client for life.
This agreement is for a perpetual license that you pay a flat fee to purchase the right to use the list.
9) List Rental Agreement
Maybe you just want to mail to a list one time. This agreement will allow you to use a mailing list one time for a fixed fee.
You will be able to keep any of the names of the people who respond to your offer for future unrestricted use.
10) Marketing Consultant Retainer Agreement
You know that your techniques, tactics and guides work and you are willing to only get paid if what you do produces results.
However a business owner might not be willing to go for a contingency or results only payment.
With this agreement you first prove what you can do, then if the owner approves of the results, the owner will then pay you a continuing fixed monthly retainer.
11) Non-Disclosure Agreement
Before offering any of your services and skills, learn as much as possible about the business you’re offering your service to. Protect yourself and the business owner.
This is the agreement is to protect the owner from having his/her proprietary information revealed without some sort of guarantee.
Warning… You will be limited by this agreement. You still have to abide by the non-disclosure even if you don’t work with the company. You can use a looser agreement needed, but be sure the basic idea is still there.
12) Productivity Enhancement Agreement
Many businesses have hidden treasures inside them, you have to just look closely. There are great labor-saving, cost-cutting, productivity enhancing practices and techniques that are used everyday and most companies don’t even realize their value.
There are many other companies that would give almost anything to be able to use these techniques and guides. However many companies might be a little wary about having a competitor give them business advice.
You would be too. This agreement lays out the basic ideas for you to be able to profit from theses opportunities, while assuring the business owner that you will not be jeopardizing his or her company.
Tip: It might be a good idea to use a non-disclosure agreement along with this agreement.
13) Agreement For Creating A New Profit Center
Have you uncovered a business opportunity hidden in someone’s business that they aren’t able to or unwilling to startup and operate? With this agreement, you can create a new business out of an opportunity that the business owner had decided not to pursue.
You will be able to use the owner’s customer mailing list and have the owner’s agreement that his/her company will not compete with you. If the owner will agree to it you might even get a license to use the company’s name and run the new profit center in connection with their name.
14) Referral Fee Agreement
Referral fees are a great way to build your business because you create a virtual army of sales people who spread the word about your business, for no out of pocket cost to you.
With this agreement can have people referring new prospects to your business, and when the prospect converts into a paying client, you will pay the referrer a percentage of the sales.
15) Simple Letter Agreement
This is a very simple letter agreement for the creation of a new product from a companies existing products, services, information etc. The new product can be a seminar, manual, software and a whole host of other things. There are no penalty or damage clauses in this agreement so use it with people to trust.
16) Consignment Letter Agreement
You can use this letter agreement to get your products on the shelves of different stores. The store owner doesn’t will keep the products in the store and send you money when a sale is made.
If you know your numbers and your product has a great back end, you might even be able to offer the store owner 100% and more of the sales as a commission. You can be sure that they will be pushing your product if they are getting a good cut of the profits.
17) Authorization to Negotiate Letter
OK you got a deal coming up with a major player, but maybe you aren’t that great at negotiating. However you do know someone who is a great negotiator and is willing to negotiate for you to get you the best deal possible.
This letter will authorize that person to negotiate for you and your company at the bargaining table with another company. It will also work if you aren’t able to attend the negotiations and need to send someone else in your place.
18) Permission To Use Copyrighted Materials Letter Agreement
So you’ve found some copyrighted material that would be perfect to add into some project you are working on. You are going to need to ask the This is a sample letter requesting the right to use copyrighted material from a copyright holder.
The text in red and sections underlined in red indicate terms that will be unique to the particular circumstance (e.g. names of companies).
You will also find a release to use when you have done an interview with someone. You can take all the interviews/consultations you do with people and make them into your own product. Either an Audio , Video or Written Product.
19) Demand for Payment Letters
There may come a time when someone will not be paying you according to your agreement, or that will breach the agreement you made together. Hopefully it was a mistake on their part and it can be easily corrected.
After all you should be doing business with people that you can trust. However, that may not always be the case or the relationship has turned for the worst.
You are going to need to contact them and let them know that you must be paid because they are not following the agreement.
Here are two demand for payment letters that you can send out.
20) Standard Clauses
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