Trademark License, Franchise, OEM and White Label  

Trademark license is a document whereby a trademark owner grants permission to another to use that trademark on mutually agreed terms and conditions.  The owner of the Trademark is Licensor and the party to whom this permission is granted is called Licensee.

White Label Contract is an agreement between the manufacturer and the marketer. The products or the services are provided under a brand name to show as these are produced or provided by the brand owner.

In the OEM Contract an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) produces and the other company sells the finished product and customizes designs based on that company’s needs.

Franchise contract is a legal contract in which a well established business consents to provide its brand to another party for them to set up and run a similar business in exchange for a fee and some share of the income generated. This agreement defines the obligations, rights and duties of the Franchiser and the Franchisee.

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