Businesses On The Move

Get Started On Your Incorporation

Incorporation isn’t as difficult as most people think. With Rocket Lawyer, all you need to do is answer a few simple questions and we do the rest. That means we’ll check to make sure your business name is available, file all your paperwork, store your documents online, and make sure you can access all the legal help you need.

 Broker Agreement

Learn more about Broker Agreement With a Broker Agreement, you (either a broker or client) can set forth the terms and conditions of the broker’s payment for his or her services. In this case, a broker is someone with knowledge and contacts in a certain field, who can facilitate the connection of one business or individual with another. Whichever party you represent, a Broker Agreement allows you to specify how much the broker will be paid for an introduction or a successful final deal. You’ll want to include details like: the broker’s name; who’s requesting the broker’s services; whether the broker will be finding goods or services; whether the broker will be making introductions, or be involved in the details of the transaction; whether the broker has the licenses and certifications required by the intended industry; the duration of the agreement; any exclusivity or non-circumvention clauses; whether payment depends on the transaction’s success; and how the broker’s fee will be determined and paid.

Business Contract

You need more than a handshake. Make sure it’s a done deal with a professional Business Contract. When it’s in writing, it’s easier to prevent miscommunication because the details of your agreement are clearly outlined. A Business Contract also makes it easier to get paid by laying out specific terms around when the project is complete, what must be delivered, and when payment is due. Our Business Contract can be used by the buyer or seller of a product or service. For a product, you can include important details like the date of the order, acceptance and delivery requirements, quantities ordered, warranties, and payment details. If you’re offering or receiving a service, you can use the Business Contract to specify dates of performance, the scope of work, and payment terms.

Business Plan

A Business Plan is a blueprint of the goals, projections, financing and other important features of a new business or venture. Use it to present a summary of your new business project, product or service. It also provides details of how you plan to fund the project. A Business Plan can include your marketing and implementation strategy, and your financial plan. Writing a Business Plan can help you think through your venture, and help you take your idea from concept to a tangible plan to execution. Any potential investors with cash to put into a startup will want to know that you have a solid plan in place, and a formal Business Plan will give them a good idea of how your new business will run.

Business Proposal

A well-crafted Business Proposal can help you gain new business and investor confidence. Using our Business Proposal template, you can quickly make a professional Business Proposal Letter that can help your company gain market share and increase revenue. Other names for Business Proposal document: Business Proposal Template, Business Proposal Letter, Business to Business Proposal

Business Sale Agreement

Buying or selling a business? A Business Sale Agreement helps you define and agree to the terms of the sale. This includes the purchase price and the closing details of the transaction. Having all the details squared away and in writing can help you get started in running a successful business. Other names for this document: Business Sale Contract, Sale of Business Contract, Contract for Sale of Business

Co-Marketing Agreement

This Co-Marketing Agreement is a contract that specifies how two businesses will exchange materials, tools and training in order to market the each other’s products or services. In this Agreement, marketing partners may host joint marketing events or run joint promotions or sales. In exchange for the assistance, each Marketing Partner is entitled to a percentage of the total sales it makes in the products or services of the other Marketing Partner directly in addition to a percentage of any sales made with the product or service provider which can be attributed to the joint marketing efforts. Entering into a Co-Marketing Agreement can assist a business in trimming costs of advertising as the Marketing Partners jointly share the cost of all promotions or marketing events. This Agreement