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Whether you’re working with vendors, contractors, or employees, you need to have a confidentiality agreement (also known as a non-disclosure agreement) if you have information, processes, formulas, supply lists, and more, that you want to keep inside the business.

If you have trade secrets that you want to protect, you need to have third parties who work with you and employees sign a confidentiality agreement. If a vendor, contractor, or employee leaves and works with your competition, they can’t legally disclose your secrets, and you’ll have legal recourse if they do. 

Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

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What you get

 01. Inside the confidentiality agreement we cover: 
  • A list of common items that are considered confidential 
  • Period of confidentiality
  • How the receiving party can use the confidential information
  • How a breach of confidentiality is handled
  • When the receiving party can disclose the confidential information

02. A customizable Google doc with instructions on how to fill out your template for your business's needs and your boundaries.