Sample Letter Of Agreement For Consulting Services

The consultant agrees to make his expertise available to the client for all matters relating to [Scope of cosulting services]. Right of withdrawal: The client has the right to terminate this contract until midnight of the third (3rd) business day following its signing and execution. The customer can revoke this contract by cancelling a written notification to the company before midnight on the third business day. Notifications of termination sent after the expiry of this period may be considered invalid at the sole discretion of the entity. This service or contract example contract is for a project that began with a proposal application, in which the Great Scott Arts Association, a new organization in Mosquito Falls, MN, sought a consultant to assist in the initial creation and analysis of potential administrative and executive premises. 1. Terrific Consulting (hereafter referred to as contractor) undertakes to provide the Iceberg County Art Centre (hereafter referred to as the customer) with the following products and services: A. Information collection: The contractor will verify the following information: 1. Samples of past promotional articles and all recently published press articles 3).

Examples of past member flyers 4). Financial information from the last three or four years Contractors are also reviewed after the availability of recent market research on the iceberg by the municipality or other groups working on the economic development of the iceberg. The contractor will also speak by telephone with the part-time coordinator and two or three boards of directors to inquire about the problems encountered by the client. B. Consultation of members: the contractor will issue a unilateral consultation of the members. The client is responsible for duplicating the investigation, sending to membership and counting the answers. C. Contractor will design a “Community Leader Interview” format. The client`s boards of directors will call community leaders and conduct interviews. The contractor summarizes the results and summarizes them with survey responses by providing the client with a written report on how they are perceived by members and the community and what people think they should do.

D. Contractors will travel to Iceberg for a one-day stay to meet for half a day with the client`s board of directors to discuss: 1) the results of the survey, the public or the “public,” the “position” clients in the community, the “news” that the client wishes to pass on to people, make past advertising efforts and possible changes in the future. 2) the management needs of client staff, directors and committee chairs. The contractor will present a format for writing job descriptions and teach the client how to use it. The group will also develop an organizational chart for the client, identifying the various committees, board chairs, commission chairs and others with specific management responsibilities.