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Terms & Conditions

Please note that the following terms and conditions are provided as general guidance and any specific terms outlined in individual contracts will supercede these terms.

  1. Scope of Services: The consultancy company agrees to provide the services described in the signed proposal, agreement, or statement of work. Any additional services or changes to the scope must be mutually agreed upon in writing.

  2. Fees and Payment: The client agrees to pay the consultancy company the fees specified in the agreement for the services rendered. Invoices will be issued according to the payment schedule agreed upon, and payments are due within the specified number of days from the invoice date. Late payments may be subject to interest charges.

  3. Confidentiality: Both parties agree to treat all information shared during the course of the engagement as confidential, unless it is already publicly available or disclosure is required by law. This obligation shall continue even after the termination of the agreement.

  4. Intellectual Property Rights: The consultancy company retains ownership of any pre-existing intellectual property (IP) used during the engagement. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, the client shall own all IP created specifically for the client during the engagement. The consultancy company may retain the right to use any general knowledge, skills, or experience gained during the engagement for future projects.

  5. Indemnification: Each party agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the other party from any claims, damages, or losses arising from their own negligence, misconduct, or breach of the terms and conditions.

  6. Limitation of Liability: The consultancy company's total liability for any damages, losses, or claims arising out of the services provided shall be limited to the amount of fees paid by the client. The consultancy company shall not be liable for any indirect, consequential, or incidental damages, including lost profits or business interruption.

  7. Termination: Either party may terminate the agreement by providing written notice according to the termination provisions outlined in the agreement. Upon termination, the client shall be responsible for any outstanding fees for services rendered up to the date of termination.

  8. Non-solicitation: The client agrees not to solicit or hire any employees or subcontractors of the consultancy company during the term of the agreement and for a specified period after the termination of the agreement, without the written consent of the consultancy company.

  9. Governing Law and Dispute Resolution: The terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of the specified jurisdiction. Any disputes arising out of the agreement shall be resolved through negotiation, mediation, or arbitration, as agreed upon by both parties.

  10. Amendments and Entire Agreement: Any amendments to the terms and conditions must be in writing and signed by both parties. The signed agreement, together with these terms and conditions, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior communications, negotiations, and agreements.

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