Corporate Partnership Terms

  1. SCOPE OF WORK
    1. The Corporate Partner hereby appoints the Company as its partner for business functions that will include planning, execution and delivery of various services in accordance with the brief provided by the Corporate Partner. The Company shall provide such other clinical and technical advice as the parties may mutually agree (all the foregoing shall collectively be referred to herein as the “Services”).  The company will perform the foregoing Services for the Corporate Partner in good faith and to the best of its ability.
  1. SERVICEABILITY:
    1. The company will provide services to the Corporate Partner in the following areas:
      1. Creative Firm Discovery
      2. Project Advisory & Fulfilment
      3. Resource Management
    2. As the above three services are pro-bono, no costs would be incurred to the Corporate Partner. However, if the Corporate Partner wishes to extend the scope of serviceability, the Company will bill the Corporate Partner as per a prior mutual agreement on deliverables and compensation.
  1. BRAND USAGE
    1. The Corporate Partner agrees that the Company may use the Corporate Partner’s brand assets such name and logo for promotional, non-commercial usage. The Corporate Partner grants non-exclusive, royalty-free right to the Company for using its name and logo accompanied by the terms “Partner”, “Corporate Partner”, “In association with.”
    2. The Company grants the Corporate Partner non-exclusive, royalty-free right for using its name and logo accompanied with the terms “Partner”, “Creative Partner”, “In association with.”
  1. ANTI-POACHING
    1. In all faith, the Company will not approach any existing client of the Corporate Partner without its permission or recommendation. Any conflict in this regard should be brought to notice through an email to [email protected] Similarly, any creative agency (“Partner Agency”), individual or business entity along with its affiliates already partnered with the Company should not be approached by the Corporate Partner nor should the Partner respond or cater to any such request made by the Partner Agency that bypasses the role of the Company during the term of the agreement and for 12 months post-termination of the Corporate Partnership agreement.
  1. CORPORATE PARTNER’S PROPRIETARY RIGHTS.
    1. During the term of the corporate partnership Agreement, the Company may receive and otherwise be exposed to information regarding the patents, trade secrets, technology and business of the Corporate Partner or its Clients. The Company therefore agrees that all Proprietary Information (as defined in Section 5.2), whether presently existing or developed in the future, whether or not patentable or registrable under copyright law, shall be the sole property of the owner and its assigns, and that the Corporate Partner and its assigns shall be the sole owner of intellectual property and other rights in connection with such Proprietary Information.
    2. “Proprietary Information” includes, without limitation, any information created, discovered, developed, or otherwise known to the Corporate Partner or its Clients, all inventions, works of authorship, trade secrets, business plans, confidential knowledge, data or any other proprietary information of the Corporate Partner or its Clients and any information assigned or otherwise conveyed to the Corporate Partner by another entity.
    3. By way of illustration, but not limitation, Proprietary Information specifically includes inventions, developments, designs, applications, improvements, trade secrets, formulae, ideas, know-how, methods or processes, discoveries, techniques and data (hereinafter collectively referred to as “Inventions”); information regarding plans for research, development, new products, marketing and selling business plans, budgets and unpublished financial statements, licenses, prices and costs, suppliers and customers; and information regarding the skills and compensation of employees of the Corporate Partner or its Clients.
    4. During the term of the Corporate Partnership Agreement and after its termination, the Company will keep in confidence and trust all Proprietary Information and shall not reproduce, use or disclose any Proprietary Information or anything related to such information without the written consent of the Corporate Partner, except as required in performing the Services.
    5. The Company hereby assigns and transfers to the Corporate Partner its entire right, title and interest in and to all Proprietary Information developed under the Corporate Partnership Agreement. The Company will, at the Corporate Partner’s request, promptly execute a written assignment to the Corporate Partner of title of any such Proprietary Information and will preserve any such information as part of the Proprietary Information of the Corporate Partner.
  1. NO CONFLICTING OBLIGATION; PUBLICATION.
    1. The Company hereby certifies that the Company’s performance of all of the terms of the Corporate Partnership Agreement and the Services will not breach or conflict with any agreement to keep the proprietary information of another entity in confidence.
    2. The Company certifies that it has not and will not enter into any agreement either written or oral, in conflict with the Corporate Partnership Agreement.  Absent a conflict of interest, the Company is free to provide services to any other entity including direct competitors during the performance of the Corporate Partnership Agreement.
  1.  INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR.
    1. The Company and Corporate Partner agree that the Company is an independent contractor and not an agent or employee of the Corporate Partner. The company has no authority to act on behalf of the Corporate Partner or obligate them by contract or otherwise. The Company understands that it will not be eligible for any additional benefits outside the scope of the Corporate Partnership agreement. 

Terms last updated on 1 August 2020