Supplier agreements: getting it right

30th June 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Hosted by Charity and Social Enterprise Associate Benjamin Thomas from Bates Wells

12pm-1pm, Wednesday 30th June

If you are supplying goods or services, you need to make sure you’re doing so on terms that are favourable to you, while also avoiding the kind of “red flags” that put buyers off. This can be a difficult balancing act. Most supplier agreements are either far too generous to the point of being unprofitable, or so onerous in their stipulations, and so full of legalistic jargon, that they put buyers off as soon as they read them.

This session will identify:

·         the key points you need to include,

·         ‘red flags’ to avoid.

If you would like to ask a question, please send them through to B.Thomas@bateswells.co.uk at least one day before the date of the webinar.

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