The list below describes some of the most important points to consider when setting up a distribution agreement. The following checklist for the distribution agreement helps you establish a thorough distribution agreement and ensure that you have covered the most important topics. Entering into an agreement with a distributor for the sale of your product is beneficial because that company has a distribution channel and network in a given area, which makes it easier to sell your product. D. Sub-agents. The distributor may instruct sub-representatives, negotiators, sub-representatives or other persons to act on behalf of the distributor or to fulfil any other of the distributor`s obligations under this Agreement in the territory; provided that (i) any compensation to such sub-representative, negotiator, sub-representative or any other person acting on behalf of the distributor or otherwise performing the distributor`s obligations is the sole responsibility of the distributor and (ii) such appointment does not deprive the company of the essential rights to which it is entitled under this Agreement. Any agreement with such sub-agent, sub-dispatcher, sub-representative or any other person shall not extend beyond the term of this Agreement. e. The performance of this Distribution Agreement by the Company and the Performance by the Company of its obligations and obligations under this Agreement are not contrary to and will not violate the agreement in which it participates or to which it is bound by other means, and g. the entire Contract. This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the Parties with respect to the proposed transactions and supersedes all prior written and oral agreements as well as all concurrent oral agreements relating to such transactions. In addition, the manufacturer or supplier must decide on a distribution strategy when considering the type of agreement to be concluded. A selective strategy requires a small group of distributors to cover the channel partner`s target markets.

An intensive strategy aims to put the product in front of as many potential buyers as possible through wide dissemination. The latter point generally applies to consumer-oriented products rather than products developed for commercial markets. . . .