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Marketing Agreements

Marketing is important for any business aimed to establish, grow, and maintain brand awareness. It is common business practice for a company to employ individuals or contract third parties to market the goods or service they offer for sale. Marketing services can range from social media, affiliate marketing, and digital ads. Whether a company hires an employee or a vendor, the engagement should be reflected in a written marketing services agreement that clearly sets out the terms, expectations, and obligations of the parties involved to provide clarity, transparency, and mitigate the risk of misunderstandings, disputes, and litigation. Essentially, a well-drafted marketing agreement can help ensure the contracting parties are on the same page regarding the terms of engagement.

At Caruso Law PLLC, attorney Venus Caruso is skilled in writing marketing agreements for engagements involving a business and employee, a business and an independent contractor, and a business and vendor. In addition to drafting marketing agreements, Venus reviews existing agreements to identify any gaps and potentially problematic terms, answer any questions a client may have regarding specific language, and make any necessary revisions in accordance with her client's objectives. Venus also represents clients in circumstances where negotiation of terms is necessary to reach a mutual agreement to finalize the contract and close the deal. Some examples of the types of marketing agreements can help you with include:

  • Affiliate Program Management Agreements

  • Brand Ambassador Agreements

  • Marketing Consulting Agreements

  • Digital Marketing Agreements

  • Influencer Marketing Agreements 

  • Social Media Marketing Agreements

  • E-mail Marketing Agreements

Whether you are a startup, established business, or professional in need of legal counsel for a marketing agreement, contact Venus today for a complimentary initial consultation to explore how she can help with you.

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