It is not always possible or desirable to make your own products, especially when they want to offer a wide range of products. In many cases, this is never a problem. Retailers simply sell products made and branded by other companies. However, in some cases, white marking may be an option. The white label agreement defines the scope and sets up the affiliate`s website. These include the length of time the affiliate page is set up, the layout, the tracking systems, and the limitations and permissions to load the content. The white label agreement also identifies the specific licensing agreement to promote, promote and market that is used. Contracts for the distribution of contracts on the internet can range from content licensing to interconnection of contracts, to co-branding and the full integration of white labels. For closer integrations, such as co-branding (the branding of both parts appears) and white marking (the supplier provides the service under the branding of another person („the Brander“), include the following: 5. Training; End user support. (a) training. MTP provides the retailer`s sales and technical staff, through a web conference, with schedule A rates: (i) the number of basic training and training materials described in Schedule A, classified by MTP as MTP, to enable sales and reseller sales agents to learn about the skills and operation and support of the service. , to include the technical consulting and training services described in Schedule A, to ensure that the dealer has the internal skills and support of the service to ensure that the dealer has the internal skills and support of the service.

to provide, among other things, adequate and adequate customer service. b) Technical assistance. MTP and resellers have the technical support obligations set out in Schedule B. MTP is not obligated to send technical support directly to an end user unless the MTP and the reseller agree in advance that the reseller will provide that support. 6. Intellectual property rights. Between MTP and Reseller, DPW retains all rights, titles and interests on the service, service data, professional services and documentation, including all copies of the above in any form, form or form, regardless of whether they exist or exist or are developed at a later date. , including all intellectual property rights. Without limitation of the above, all developments, supplements, improvements, improvements or derivatives of the Service (excluding white label materials) developed by MTP and made available to end-users in accordance with this Agreement will be considered part of the Service, subject to the licenses presented in this contract.

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