The exclusivity agreement is a contract between the parties, so that the buyer buys a product exclusively from the seller and the seller remains the sole supplier of these products for the duration of the contract. This agreement helps the seller gain a competitive advantage by ensuring a reliable repeat customer and limiting who receives the product from them. It is important to note that if, under this contract, the buyer agrees to buy the product exclusively from the seller, the seller may sell the product to other customers. However, the use of an exclusivity sales agreement can be beneficial for the buyer, as it allows him to guarantee advantageous prices and discounts in exchange for his obligation to buy exclusively from the seller. A marketing agreement, also known as a joint marketing agreement, defines the conditions under which a distributor helps a customer sell their goods and/or services by creating materials that promote their products and carry out activities to introduce the customer`s products to new customers. These marketing materials may include brochures, brochures, websites, announcements and booths displayed at fairs. In some situations, a distributor may also assume responsibility for making sales to customers and then passing them on to the customer for fulfillance. Through this agreement, the customer and the distributor can both protect their interests and intellectual property and ensure that the distributor`s products reflect the customer`s vision and wishes. This section describes how the marketing company is paid for its work.