A marketing partner is an entity that manages or manages websites, banners or other online marketing paths that provide access to the original owner`s website. When a white-label agreement is used, it gives the Affiliate the opportunity to establish, promote, promote and market the affiliate`s original website on the affiliate`s website, so that the Affiliate can benefit from it using its own brands and brands. The rules and conditions governing this use by the subsidiary are all defined in the white-label agreement for the partnership between the two parties. The Dixons Store Group, for example, sells a variety of products from different manufacturers in its curry stores. Next to Sony, Panasonic, Hotpoint and Dyson sits Matsui. Matsui is a brand of DSG and is applied to white label products made for the group. It is therefore not uncommon to find an identical budget television in two different DSG stores with two distinct names. These agreements may contain a number of schedules to give users the freedom and flexibility to choose definitions for the essential elements of each contract. The White Label agreement is also used between the parties to specify the terms of the agreement and determine how revenues are distributed between the entity and the related company when a customer or customer accesses the company`s website through associated companies. 1. Some definitions. (a) “active subscription,” a subscription activated by an end user. (b) “affiliate” in relation to one company, another entity that controls, controls or controls the former.
(c) “confidential information,” this agreement and all schedules (including pricing), changes to this agreement; non-public parts of the Service, documentation and other written or electronic information that are (i) confidential and/or proprietary or that are accompanied by a written notification that such information is confidential and/or proprietary, or (ii) are not identified or accompanied by a message indicating that it is confidential and/or proprietary, but which, if disclosed to third parties, could reasonably compete with the owner of that information. Confidential information does not include information that, as demonstrated by the receiving party, is: (i) publicly available, (ii) obtained legally by third parties without limitation of disclosure, or (iii) is developed independently of a party without reference or use of confidential information.