Business Plan Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

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A business plan non-disclosure agreement (NDA) allows someone to share a business plan without fear of a third party using it for their own benefit. Business plans are highly confidential, especially detailing a marketing strategy with a different approach to a specific market. An NDA makes the shared party liable if the plan is used for anyone else’s personal benefit.

How to Write

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), or Open Document Text (.odt).

Step 2 – The first information that is required is the date that the agreement is being created. After this, the name of the Company will need to be provided as well as the name of the Recipient.

Step 3 – The agreement’s term must be identified. It will either be “In Perpetuity” or a pre-determined period of time. One (1) of the checkboxes will need to be checked, and if the second option was selected, a number of days, months, or years will need to be indicated.

Step 4 – Both the Company’s address and the Recipient’s Address can be provided on page three (3).

Step 5 – The State which will govern the agreement must also be provided.

Step 6 – Both a representative of the Company and the Recipient will need to sign and date the form in order to make it effective.