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Exclusivity clauses


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
Tracy Murray

One Response

  1. Response : Exclusivity clauses

    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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