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[_] exclusivity agreements

Richard Dennys richard.dennys at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 17:13:13 GMT 2009

turn it down. or charge them more (at least 30% more for exclusivity). stick
a 2 year limit on it. hold your ground.

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2009/12/10 Simon Newing <simon at focusnewmedia.com>

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> Evening all, we've been asked by one of our clients if we'd sign a
> "exclusivity agreement" with them where we won't go working for their
> competitors. Have to admit it's not something I've got drawn into before
> - apart from asking them to name name's and agreeing some sort of
> contract length, has anyone got any experience / pointers / advice?
>
> Thanks in advance
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