When you begin your works with Wemanagebusiness you are agreeing to the below terms and conditions.
Wemanagebusiness agrees to provide design services only. Wemanagebusiness agrees they will remain the sole provider for the term of this project, and all work will remain unique, original, and free of any plagiarism.
This is a Wemanagebusiness contract that agrees to provide deliverable items agreed between the Client and Wemanagebusiness.
Wemanagebusiness operates on a 50% deposit basis on all work unless prior discussed.
Wemanagebusiness acknowledges they may be involved in or become aware of information that relates to the Client on a personal level including information related to the Client’s past, future, present, customer names, mock-ups, marketing plans, project information and financial documents.
Wemanagebusiness agrees to protect all of the above information and keep any information obtained confidential.
The Client will be notified and must approve any and all materials prior to project finalisation and submission.
Furthermore, the Client will have permission to accept work and request a maximum of 2 revisions.
In the event that Wemanagebusiness hires a sub-contractor, Wemanagebusiness will pay for the Sub-contractor for its services.
Interest payable on any overdue amount owed will be charged at a 10% rate after 30 days of the final invoice.
Either party may terminate this contract at any time with written notice for any reason they deem necessary.
Upon cancellation of this Wemanagebusiness contract, the Client will be responsible for all expenses incurred prior to the contract termination. You will be billed accordingly for any time spent on your project. Should the Client choose to cancel this project after the project’s completion, the Client will remain responsible for full payment of the project.
The laws of The United Kingdom govern the rights and obligations between Wemanagebusiness and the Client under this contract.
Wemanagebusiness and the Client are not liable for breach-of-contract damages that the breaching party could not reasonably have foreseen when entering this contract.