School Partnership Agreement
We all understand the pressure on school budgets. The need to provide the best possible value with consistency and quality is what Alway`s flourishing partnership agreements provide. You warrant and warrant that: (i) your participation in this Educational Partner Program is not contrary to your existing agreements or arrangements; and (ii) you own or have sufficient rights to use and you grant us our right to use the Partner Marks. For more information about our partner program, which applies to agency partners, see legal.hubspot.com/partner-program-agreement. We regularly update these policies and you can find the latest version here. Schools our most comprehensive recruitment and value-added services offer the effects of the process/termination. Once completed or completed, you will stop and remove the use of all Academy content and immediately stop using our brand, including any HubSpot badges. Termination or expiration of this agreement does not lead to the termination of your subscription agreement, provided you have one. This agreement does not create an exclusive agreement between you and us. You and we both have the right to recommend similar products and services from third parties and to cooperate with other parties in the same property or of a similar quality. If you are admitted to participate in the Education Partner Program, upon notification of acceptance, the terms of this Agreement shall apply fully and effectively until terminated in accordance with the terms set forth below. This is a contract between you (the educational partner) and us (HubSpot). It describes how we will work together and other aspects of our business relationship.
It`s a legal document, so part of the language is necessarily „legal,“ but we`ve tried to make it as readable as possible. However, these terms are so important that we cannot let you participate in our Educational Partner Program unless you agree with them. By participating in our Educational Partner Program, you agree to these terms. . . .