Typical Consulting Agreement

1.1 Services. The company entrusted Consultant with the provision of services related to the [merger of the project or activity of the company]. Councillor is an advisor [summary of services to be provided to consultants], and the other services described in Schedule A (together, “advice services”). Customer agrees that communication should only be done by email, email address to use [email protected] If the customer wants to call, the customer must send an email to the company to indicate that you want to schedule a call and that the company will work with the customer to agree a time. The company`s office hours are [Enter your office hours and time zone]. The company usually responds within 24-48 hours to emails, except for weekends and standard holidays. Owner and sensitive information is often shared by both parties during a consulting engagement. This is sometimes protected by a confidentiality agreement (NDA) but if your commitment does not require an expanded NOA, it makes sense to simply include an NDA clause in your consulting contract. This first component is very simple. The consultation agreement should first list all parties to the contract, including their official names and sites. The answers to these questions and many other questions need to be definitely addressed in your consulting agreement, and today we will cover all these key elements and provide you with a solid and downloadable template that you can use in PDF and Google Doc forms. Most independent consultants and contractors grossly underestimate the amount to be covered in a consulting contract: the next component is a list of all the services offered in the consulting contract. This contract begins 15 days after the parties sign and continues each year, unless the advisor or client has terminated something else or has terminated it by mutual agreement between the parties.

1.2 Time and availability. The advisor will devote hours per month to the performance of services to the company, as stated here in this book. The advisor is free to choose the dates and times at which he provides such consulting services during the month, taking due account of the needs of the company. If the company feels it is necessary for the advisor to provide more than hours in a month, the advisor is not required to do this work until the advisor and the company have agreed to a rate of pay.