Sponsorship is a crucial element of many businesses' marketing strategies. At its simplest, it involves the payment of a sponsorship fee in consideration for the receipt of specified publicity-related benefits. This sponsorship agreement can be adapted for use in relation to a range of different kinds of sponsorship deal, including the sponsorship of an event, a series of events, an individual or a location.
The benefits for the sponsor must be set out - preferably in detail - in the schedule to this agreement.
The sponsorship agreement includes an optional trade mark license, under which the sponsor grants a right to use its trade marks in connection with the subject matter of the sponsorship. It also includes standard sponsorship warranties and limitations of liability.
The document may be adapted to favour the interests of either party, or to balance the interests of the parties fairly.
It is 9 pages long and includes: (1) Definitions and interpretation, (2) Term, (3) Sponsorship, (4) Sponsor Trade Marks, (5) Sponsorship Fees and payment, (6) Warranties, (7) Trade Mark indemnity, (8) Limitations and exclusions of liability, (9) Termination, (10) Effects of termination, and (11) General.
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General information and resources relating to sponsorship agreements are available on our sponsorship agreement resources page.