GIMA and LOFA are urging interested parties to book their place at the forthcoming Sales Agency Law seminar (20th February) to avoid disappointment as places are going fast. This special one-day event is designed for suppliers currently working with, or considering employing the services of, commercial sales agents.
A good commercial sales agent can be invaluable to your business, but what happens when you want to exit your agreement? Is there a contract in place? Many companies are employing the services of agents without any form of contract or knowing where they stand legally with the partnership.
Sales agents are an integral part of the garden retail sales arena, many of whom work successfully on behalf of their clients and retail customers. As leading trade associations representing suppliers in the garden retail sector, GIMA & LOFA are aiming to ensure their members are fully informed about their rights and those of the sales agent.
Together the two associations are putting on a half day seminar designed to bring attendees up to speed on all the issues they need to be aware of when employing agents.
The seminar is being delivered by Guy Bottard, a Partner and commercial law specialist at Maitland and Walker, where he provides practical advice to small and medium-sized businesses.
- Agency or Distribution
- The Agency Agreement
- Including scope, exclusivity, term, restrictions, remuneration, commission, bad debts & termination
- Managing agents successfully
- Practical management issues
- Legal requirements
- Agency & Brexit
The workshop is designed for any sales director, manager, business owner or principal who is involved in employing or working with sales agents, or anyone who is considering using agents in the future.
£95+VAT per delegate (GIMA/LOFA member rate)
£150+VAT (non member rate)
9.30am – 2pm, Lunch and refreshments included
Register and book your places via the GIMA Website
For further information call either of the trade associations directly:
GIMA tel: 01959 564947 email: email@example.com
LOFA tel: 023 9225 8844 email: firstname.lastname@example.org