One of the main reasons companies take over private label products is the execution of their product lines. Retailers don`t like to buy from many different suppliers, so sometimes when a supplier has a more comprehensive product line, they drop their current supplier in favor of the new one. So, if your product fills a gap in a company`s product line, it will help them get into more retailers and increase sales across the line, not only with your product, but with all of its products. When designing a contract, you must settle any relationship with your counterpart, prevent and minimize all possible risks and legal commitments and ensure that all the terms of the contract comply with the legal provisions in force. At AGP, we are experienced in designing different types of contracts for individuals and companies. Whatever your role, you will certainly benefit from competent professional legal assistance in designing a white label agreement that will guarantee your legal rights and interests. We also offer a legal analysis service of contracts offered to you as a manufacturer on a “Take it or leave it” basis and we help develop a risk mitigation strategy. Follow our simple and easy-to-understand guidelines before writing down anything on paper. Be sure to cover the points we will discuss first.
Mention the full names of both companies in capital letters and you can also highlight it to get a better and more upsuring view. Addresses of both companies, again in capital letters and date of agreement should be mentioned above on paper or where it is fully visible. One of the dangers of private label marketing is that your product is mixed in the corner. If you offer your help for free, you`ll make sure the company has at least one marketing plan for your product. Your contact with the company may also be ready to prepare a better package, brochure or sales manual if you do most of the work. When you sell to retailers, you offer to work with the buyer to provide a screen for selling the product. It could be as simple as a small card hanging on a pencil board or attached to the front of the shelf….