Policies and rules of cooperation (binding agreement) with the Company (hereinafter — the Rules, Company Policy, Agreement).
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The terms of cooperation are binding on all partners, contacts and have full legal force from the moment you express your consent to their provisions arising in connection with the start of contractual relations or the use of any services of the company OPEN TECH MARKETS LP, or simply contacts with the Company. Company registration number. : 280805086, on the one hand, with any legal entities and individuals on the other hand (hereinafter — the client, clients, you), together — the parties. Acceptance of the terms of this policy and rules is an irrevocable and unconditional condition for cooperation for the Parties. The only official version of these Rules is this version, and other versions and translations can be used by customers for information and personal use.

  1. The Parties agreed that these Rules always have the highest priority over all other oral and written agreements, understandings and other oral and written information obtained as a result of cooperation.
  2. These rules and agreements of the Company take into account all your interests, there are no inaccuracies, all the information you received is verified by you completely and there are no incomprehensible moments in it.
    If you do not accept these rules (agreement), you should not sign the Agreement with the Company.
  3. The company is not responsible for the actions, materials, information or data of third parties, and you release the company, its management, officers, employees and agents from any liability for any damage, obvious or hidden.
    4.All written and oral agreements between you and the Company, as well as all information received prior to the signing of the Agreement and the adoption of these rules, are void and are considered to be insignificant in providing you with any services specified in the Agreement and other written and information media.
  4. You have no complaints about the style, form and structure of the writing of this Agreement concluded with the company. Any non-compliance with these Rules is a gross violation of the agreement with the Company. and may become the basis for termination of cooperation with the Client without any consequences, both legal and financial.
  5. In the event that any free services are provided (all services considered are not paid to the Company’s account), the Company has the right to terminate cooperation at any stage at its discretion, without any prior notice, without any legal and financial consequences.
  6. The company has the right to use its unregistered logos, names, websites, official or not, other sources of information. In addition, the Company undertakes to always sign an Agreement with the actual name of the Company and its details, which customers are required to independently verify before starting cooperation.
  7. The company’s customers provide the Company with an undeniable right to terminate cooperation with them at any stage at its discretion, without any prior notice, without any legal and financial consequences for the Company, if the Company does not provide paid services.
  8. The company’s customers are informed by this clause that all negotiations, messages and other types of communication with company representatives are registered on the company’s servers and can be used at their discretion without the consent of the client.
    10.Customers of the Company are not entitled to disclose any information that appears as a result of interaction with the company to a third party without the written consent of the Company, unless there is an appropriate court decision. The punishment for violation of this paragraph is set at 60,000 (fifty thousand) US dollars and cannot be appealed in court.
  9. All customers understand and unconditionally acknowledge that the Company provides intermediary, consulting services, is not itself a buyer of products, but only assists in transactions between manufacturers (distributors) and end customers, which it finds and receives its intermediary percentage from transactions for goods.
  10. By signing the Agreement, the Parties confirm that all the information provided by them for familiarization does not require additional knowledge, interpretation or experience to understand any other specific tools and means that are not available to them.
    Using the terms «Distribution», «Sale», the Parties understand them, like any activity related to the promotion of goods.
  11. The use by the Clients of the Company of any services of the Company — occurs solely at your own peril and risk, since all services, services of the Company, Applications are accepted by the Clients “as is”. All responsibility for the compliance of any services of the Company with the expectations and goals of the Clients lies with the Clients of the Company. Risks and other negative consequences of interacting with the Company are also assigned to the Clients.
  12. Customers and partners agree that the Company may ignore any written requests for information that were not received at its email address indicated on the site. An exception is cases where there is a decision of the relevant court or other competent state body obliging the company to do so.
  13. The company is not able to constantly monitor changes in the legislation of its country, as well as in the legislation of the partner countries of the companies. Therefore, all Partners, before starting cooperation, are obliged to independently verify the conformity of these Rules and agreements regarding legality (in their country and the country of the Company).
  14. You acknowledge and understand that the Company, providing intermediary services for the search for Companies — foreign manufacturers, distributors and other interested parties — has the right to conclude an unlimited number of contracts for any amount. At the same time, the Company’s Clients understand that the Company itself does not have a goal to buy these products, but there is a desire to offer (assign) in various forms the data that it provided to third parties, in percent, set by the Company. At the same time, customers clearly understand that this contract may not be executed, not executed by the Company for a number of reasons (such as: changes in market conditions, fluctuations in exchange rates, changes in the political or economic situation in the country of distribution of the goods, or inability to find a client who agreed to buy goods from this manufacturer or distributor and other reasons).
    16.1 A company may accept payment for its services from partners to the bank accounts of friendly companies, electronic wallets, and their analogues (use cryptocurrencies in settlements), accept payments for goods or services to third parties, or in any other way at its discretion. Clients of the Company understand and accept this condition.
  15. All customers and partners of the Company know and unconditionally accept these conditions, while assessing the likely risk and possible associated costs.
  16. The parties understand that the conditions described in the «Agreement on the exclusive distribution of products», signed with manufacturers or distributors (or its synonymous equivalent), are intended only for informational, general informational purposes and secure the Company’s right to receive exclusive rights to distribute products. These types of Contracts may not be construed otherwise than “Contracts for the Granting of Exclusive Rights”. Clients relieve the Company of any liability associated with the obligation to purchase any product.
  17. Customers understand that Company employees may provide inaccurate, incorrect information regarding the services provided (therefore, they are required to double-check all information)
  18. Before starting cooperation, the Company’s Clients are obliged to prove their financial viability by presenting a financial document from the Bank confirming that the Customer’s account contains at least 200% of the amount indicated in the Exclusive Agreement or its synonymous equivalent.
  19. The Company, at its discretion, may provide the missing or incomplete Services in order to maintain its business reputation for three years from the date of signing of the Agreement, regardless of the subject of the Agreement and the terms specified therein.
  20. Inaction on the part of the Company in case of violation by you or others of these Rules does not deprive the Company of the right to take appropriate actions to protect its interests later, at any time and at its discretion.
  21. These company rules constitute a full agreement between the Company and customers, and customers are not entitled to work with the company without accepting the provisions specified in this document. You must not work or contact the company without accepting these Rules.
  22. All responsibility for the activities of the Company is borne personally by its director and / or owner, assuming full responsibility for the services received or provided.
  23. Under no circumstances are employees, agents, or any affiliates of the Company liable for the provision of the Services by the Company as a whole, since they cannot have complete and reliable information about the Company, its actions and goals.
  24. You confirm that you fully understood the meaning and essence of the Agreement and these Rules concluded with the Company, having a clear mind and sober memory in accordance with the requirements of the current legislation of your country, having all the authority to do so.
  25. Review of any previous revisions of the Terms must be made by Partners and Customers independently of each other in the Google web cache. The guarantee of the veracity of this information is the largest company (Google). You accept that the Company has the right to use these rules in court.
  26. You grant the Company the unconditional right to choose the court and jurisdiction of this Agreement independently (without agreement with you), and you are ready to make any decision on this matter.
  27. You agree that the recognition of an item as invalid does not affect the validity of the others.
  28. You acknowledge that the amount of the claim (or their totality) against the Company on any of the issues may not exceed 100USD or the equivalent of this amount;
  29. You agree that the recognition of an item as invalid does not affect the validity of the others.
  30. You acknowledge that the amount of the claim (or their totality) against the Company on any of the issues may not exceed 100USD or the equivalent of this amount;

In Anglo-Saxon law, an exclusive right, or exclusivity, is a de facto, non-tangible prerogative existing in law (that is, the power or, in a wider sense, right) to perform an action or acquire a benefit and to permit or deny others the right to perform the same action or to acquire the same benefit. A «prerogative» is in effect an exclusive right. The term is restricted for use for official state or sovereign (i.e., constitutional) powers. Exclusive rights are a form of monopoly.
Exclusive rights can be established by law or by contractual obligation, but the scope of enforceability will depend upon the extent to which others are bound by the instrument establishing the exclusive right; thus in the case of contractual rights, only persons that are parties to a contract will be affected by the exclusivity.
Exclusive rights may be granted in property law, copyright law, patent law, in relation to public utilities, or, in some jurisdictions, in other sui generis legislation. Many scholars argue that such rights form the basis for the concepts of property and ownership.
Privately granted rights, created by contract, may occasionally appear very similar to exclusive rights, but are only enforceable against the grantee, and not the world at large.
Exclusive distribution is an agreement between a distributor and a manufacturer that the manufacturer will not sell the product to anyone else and will sell it only to the exclusive distributor. At the same time, even the exclusive distributor has to enter the agreement that he will only sell the products of the manufacturers exclusively and will not sell those of the competition. This ways, the market is an open ground for the manufacturer and the distributor and they have complete control on the distribution of the product.
Many companies have exhausted their market potential and are considering other markets to increase profits. But given the lack of awareness of the market structure, laws, lack of knowledge of the language, lacking sales channels and basic skills for development in foreign markets, these companies cooperate with us. In our turn, when we receive an exclusive representation in the region, we contact the largest distributors, networks and promote the goods for some %. Our company can act as an intermediary between the manufacturer and the distributor. It may itself buy and resell with a higher margin, or it may simply establish distribution channels. In any case, our company will make every effort to achieve the maximum result.

Canada — redwtech.com
Whenever a manufacturer finally completes the creation of the product it intends to offer, work has only begun! The marketing of the products offered remains the fundamental step of any business plan.
A manufacturer may take into its own hands the commercialization of its product. However, this causes the manufacturer to allocate a large quantity of resources and time to this operation. Furthermore, when the opportunity to enter new foreign markets arises, the manufacturer itself does not always possess the necessary experience and contacts. Hence, it will often be advantageous for the manufacturer to secure the assistance of a business partner whose expertise and distribution network will allow efficient marketing for the product.
In such a case, the contract with its distributor is an essential component of the manufacturer’ commercial success. When it is equitable and carefully developed, the contractual relationship between these two partners will not only allow efficient and mutually profitable rapports between them, but will also augment proportionately the value of both businesses involved.
As part of the negotiation of a distribution agreement, two important aspects must be taken into account: territorial exclusivity and ownership of product goodwill.

The Distribution Contract and Territorial Exclusivity

Whenever a manufacturer relies on a middleman such as a distributor in order to commercialize its product, the parties must consider the pertinence and necessity of granting exclusivity.

A) The Territorial Exclusivity Clause

An exclusivity clause presupposes the delimitation of a territory and of a period for which exclusivity is granted. Otherwise, the clause would be devoid of sense (unless the parties’ intent had been to grant world-wide exclusivity – a rather unordinary occurrence); if no definite term is provided, the contract will be deemed to be indeterminate in term (i.e. terminable simply upon notice given).

The manufacturer takes a risk whenever it grants to another person the exclusive rights to market his product on a given territory and for a given time. Indeed, its business then becomes dependent upon the distributor in regard to the product’s success (i.e. sales volume). Furthermore, even if the distributor’s performances are not satisfactory, the manufacturer could not, as a rule, take away the other contracting party’s exclusive rights.

When a product has yet to become known on the market, the distributor must invest an important amount of time and financial resources to develop the product’s reputation and market positioning. Thus, exclusive rights are a major motivator for a distributor who must market a product that he does not own and that has little notoriety yet. Indeed, every product requires some time between its introduction to the market and commercial success. The commercialization efforts accomplished before a product becomes profitable constitute a major investment. In consequence, a distributor who invests his resources in such an endeavor wishes to insure he will share its future benefits. Without the guaranty of exclusive rights over a given territory, the risks related to a product’s marketing might become too important for a distributor to invest himself in that undertaking.

When a manufacturer considers granting exclusive rights over an area, he must know that many different contractual tools are at his disposal in order to establish a fair and mutually profitable relationship with his distributor. During the drafting of such contracts, two important aspects must be assessed: the territory’s performance and the exceptions to the exclusive rights.

B) Performance

In a distribution contract, performance must be deemed the consideration in exchange of which exclusive rights are granted. In practice, this means that the distributor shall only retain exclusive rights over the granted territory as long as he continues to meet or exceed the performance objectives set out in the contract. The parties should accordingly negotiate reasonable objectives. When the objectives are not met (presuming there is no fault on the manufacturer’s part), the contract could provide the following mechanisms:

The possibility of reducing the territory exclusively granted;

The possibility of withdrawing the exclusive rights before the end of the contract, while maintaining the rights to distribution (which would become non-exclusive);

Many companies have exhausted their market potential and are considering other markets to increase profits. But given the lack of awareness of the market structure, laws, lack of knowledge of the language, lacking sales channels and basic skills for development in foreign markets, these companies cooperate with us. In our turn, when we receive an exclusive representation in the region, we contact the largest distributors, networks and promote the goods for some %. Our company can act as an intermediary between the manufacturer and the distributor. It may itself buy and resell with a higher margin, or it may simply establish distribution channels. In any case, our company will make every effort to achieve the maximum result.