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This Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a contract between a business plan presenter and the viewers of the presentation, who may be professional judges, potential investors, or a college class. Use this agreement if one desires to pitch business ideas to another individual or entity without fear of having one's ideas and private information misused. This agreement contains all the standard terms and conditions that are used in this type of agreement, however, additional language may be added making it fully customizable to fit the needs of the contracting parties.
This Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a contract between a business plan presenter and the viewers of the presentation, who may be professional judges, potential investors, or a college class. Use this agreement if one desires to pitch business ideas to another individual or entity without fear of having one's ideas and private information misused. This agreement contains all the standard terms and conditions that are used in this type of agreement, however, additional language may be added making it fully customizable to fit the needs of the contracting parties. BUSINESS PLAN NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT This Business Plan Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made effective on ________________ (Date) by and between ___________________ (“Company”), and any and all recipients of information presented by Company pursuant to the terms and criteria of _______________ Class held at ____________________School for the ___ semester of __________ (the “Class”), including but not limited to all members of the class and spectators to the business plan presentation (the “Recipients,” and together with Company, the “Parties”). WHEREAS, the Company has created a business plan for the purpose of presenting the plan for the Class (the “Business Plan”), which contains certain confidential and proprietary information; WHEREAS, the Company wishes to make the Business Plan available to the recipient for the purpose of a presentation before the Class, the professors, and all judges and spectators pursuant to the grading procedure used for the Class. WHEREAS, the Recipient has agreed to obtain the Business Plan and other proprietary information for the purposes of the Class presentation only, and to otherwise maintain the confidentiality of the Business Plan pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the above recitals, the mutual benefits and promises contained herein, and other good and valuable consideration, the Parties hereby agree as follows: 1. For the purposes of this Agreement, Confidential Information shall mean any information and data of a confidential nature, including but not limited to all business plans, business ideas, business insights, proprietary, technical, developmental, marketing, sales, operating, performance, cost, know-how, business and process information, computer programming techniques, and all record-bearing media containing or disclosing such information and techniques which are disclosed pursuant to this Agreement. 2. Company agrees to make known to Recipient, and Recipient agrees to receive, Confidential Information for the sole purpose of evaluating the same to determine their respective interests in a mutually attractive business agreement, pursuant to the terms of the Class. 3. All Confidential Information delivered pursuant to this Agreement: a. Shall not be distributed, disclosed, or disseminated in any way or form by Recipient to anyone except for the purposes of the Class. b. Shall be treated by Recipient with the same degree of care to avoid disclosure to any third party as is used with respect to Recipient’s own information of like importance which is to be kept secret. Recipient shall be liable for disclosure of Confidential Information of the Company if such care is not used. The burden shall be upon Recipient to show that such care was used; 2 of 4 © Copyright 2013 Docstoc Inc. registered c. Shall not be used by Recipient for its own purposes, except for the purposes of the Class. d. Shall remain the property of the Company. 4. The obligations of paragraph 3 shall not apply, however, to any information which: a. Is already in the public domain at the time of disclosure or becomes available to the public through no breach of this Agreement by Recipient; b. Was in Recipient’s possession prior to receipt from Company as proven by its written records; c. Is subsequently independently developed by Recipient as proven by its written records. 5. Confidential Information shall not be deemed to be in the public domain merely because any part of said information is embodied in general disclosures or because individual features, components, or combinations thereof are now, or become, known to the public. 6. Recipient’s obligations hereunder with respect to each item of Confidential Information shall terminate five (5) years from the date of the receipt thereof by the Recipient. 7. Recipient shall have the right to refuse to accept any Confidential Information under this Agreement if it believes the receipt of such information would limit or restrict in any way the use of its own technology or otherwise impair its business interests and nothing herein shall obligate Discloser to disclose to Recipient any particular information. If recipient chooses to refuse to accept any Confidential Information, such refusal must be received by Company in writing, at least three (3) days prior to the presentation. 8. The Parties hereto shall not be obligated to compensate each other for disclosure of any information under this Agreement and agree that no warranties of any kind are given with respect to such information, as well as any use thereof, except as otherwise provided for herein. 9. This Agreement shall be effective as of the date of the last signature as written below. 10. This Agreement represents the entire understanding and agreement of the Parties and s
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