Define the relationship between an introducer and a business with an introducer agreement.
An introducer agreement (sometimes known as a referral agreement) defines the relationship between a referee and a business. Securing customers can be a challenging task, which is why having someone to introduce prospects to the business can be invaluable.
It’s important to clearly define the relationship between an introducer and a company, which is where an introducer agreement comes in. This agreement sets out how the relationship functions and the remuneration at hand, while limiting the risk of future disputes.
When an introducer agreement is needed
Securing new customers
Customers are flowing in from a referral partner that’s working overtime to provide you with leads. Ensure you have an agreement in place that defines the relationship in clear terms.
Securing new referral partners
The conversion rate of referred customers is often much higher than customers sourced through other means. Leverage that to your best interests with a squeaky-clean introducer agreement that benefits business and introducer alike.
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