Keeping it tight between us
When working with Local Global Marketing, one primary goal is to keep things simple for you.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s plenty of tech-wizardry and mumbo jumbo going on in the background, but for you, all that matters are results, RIGHT?
This search for simplicity also goes into that ugly legal stuff that we really need to deal with. After all, we need to put some things in place that protects you, just as much as it does for us.
Therefore,when it comes to one really important part, the integrity of your commercially sensitive data, we need to state our fanatical obsession at keeping it yours and keeping it secure.
To cover this, our Non-disclosure Agreement has enough to keep things tight, but nothing too hi-brow to baffle the boffins.
Local Global Marketing Non-disclosure Agreement
Between us Local Global Marketing Ltd and you [customer name].
…neither of us will share any confidential information about each other, by any means, with anyone else.
But what is treated as confidential information?
It’s anything we write or say to each-other in a phone call, chat window, email or by any other method including smoke signals and telepathy. It might relate to a project, be about our businesses or something technical like a password. Nothing’s excluded. If we share it, it’s covered.
We’ll both keep shared information to ourselves and we won’t use it except for the reason it was shared. We’ll take every step to make sure it stays confidential too. We’ll keep confidential information safe and secure. This includes keeping files, access to online systems and any user names and passwords in such a way that they can’t fall into the wrong hands.
If we think that there’s even a possibility that any confidential information might have been compromised, we agree to tell each other right away so we can take all necessary steps to protect ourselves. We also agree to help each other to resolve any problems that might arise if confidential information is compromised.
When this agreement ends, we’ll return any materials, physical or digital and delete any copies that we may have. We won’t forget to empty the trash can too (we learned that one from Elton John).
So what can we talk about down the pub?
This agreement doesn’t apply to any information that’s already in the public domain or might become public by any other means. Although we hope that it will never happen, it also does not cover a situation where the police come knocking on our doors and we are required by the powers that be to disclose it.
And how long must we keep shtum?
Unless we’ve agreed otherwise — for example within a separate contract — this agreement lasts for one year from the last signature date down below. On or before that termination date, either of us can then specify items of confidential information that must never be disclosed. These might include a password or information about a project or our businesses.
So where’s all the horrible small print?
Just like a parking ticket, we can’t transfer this contract to anyone else without permission. If, for some reason, one part of this contract becomes invalid or unenforceable, the remaining parts of it remain in place. Although the language is simple, the intentions are serious and this contract is a legal document under exclusive jurisdiction of the United Kingdom courts.
The dotted line
If requested to do so by Local Global Marketing, please complete the form below to agree to this Non-disclosure Agreement
You will get a certified copy sent immediately by email with our own digital signature to make the agreement binding.