Sales Representative Agreement


Overview
- The Sales Representative Agreement establishes an individual or company as an independent sales representative for a manufacturer or other seller of tangible goods.
- An independent sales representative is different from a distributor in that the Representative does not purchase products or keep an inventory of products.  Instead, the Representative solicits and promotes product orders and sales, and then receives a commission from the seller.

When You Need It
- To appoints an individual or company to be an independent sales representative (in a given territory) for a manufacturer or other seller of tangible goods.  The independent sales representative can be an exclusive representative, or one of many within the given territory.
- Use this agreement only with sales representatives who promote the sale of tangible goods, such as furniture, tools, photocopiers, etc.


Getting Started

You will need:
- Name and address of employer.
- Name and address of employee.
- Details of the employment relationship, such as products to be sold, territory, compensation, frequency of performance reviews, time period of any non-compete clause, and length of employment.

When to Review and Revise 
- To correct the information contained in the Agreement.
- To document another sales representative relationship.