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Exclusivity clauses

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I'm about to invest a lot of time, money and expense promoting a new course.

The intellectual property rights belong to the trainer - but obviously I need to protect my investment. They are happy to agree to this as it works in their favour - all they have to do is turn up on the day and deliver.

Does anyone have an example of an exclusivity clause or any suggestions?

Tracy Spark

http://www.decorumtraining.co.uk
Tracy Murray

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  1. Response : Exclusivity clauses
    Tracy,

    The investment depends on 3 things . i) The significance of the program to Business ii ) ROI .. iii )Origin of the trigger point for the program ? Once you analyse all the three you could ahead with the program. .Also, I have faced a similar situation in the past. As long as it answers the top 3 questions, its fine. Also since you are promoting the program , you will be accountable for the closure of the need and not the external vendors. Let me know if you have further questions .

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