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Distribution Agreements 101

When manufacturers and suppliers need to sell their products or services to the public, they commonly use experts called distributors. As independent entities, distributors serve as a bridge between companies and their customers. Distributors can buy your products for resale at a marked-up price, or they can process orders on your company’s behalf, earning a commission on completed orders. If you’re planning to work with a distributor, you’ll need to know more about distribution agreements and how they can protect your end of the business arrangement.

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If you want to create a strong, legally binding distribution agreement that works in your favor, you should enlist the help of a capable lawyer. The business attorneys at Campbell Law Group (www.thecampbelllawgroup.com) +1 304-460-0145 can craft a reliable distribution agreement that represents the unique needs of your business. Call us today for efficient and dependable assistance with all of your Florida business needs.

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