Scale-Up Bundle

With our Scale-up Bundle you’ll be equipped to take advantage of opportunities as they arise and create a more stable business. Each contract can be created multiple times and you will have access for an entire year. 

£799.99

    Included in the Scale-Up Bundle:

30-minute consultation with one of our legal professionals. They will take the time to get to know you, your business and your long-term vision. Then receive useful guidance to satisfy any legal needs identified for your business’s growth.

A non-disclosure agreement (NDA) (also known as a confidentiality agreement) is used in circumstances where you give third parties access to confidential information about your business, for example, where you are disclosing confidential information to another business for use in connection with a potential collaboration. Putting an NDA in place will also ensure that talking about your creations will not prevent you from claiming intellectual property rights over them later. 

A Founders Service Agreement, also called a Directors Service Agreement, is a contract between a founder of a company and the company itself, to define the founder’s roles, rights, and obligations as part of the founding team. This Agreement provides you with the perfect opportunity to outline your expectations and ensure that your prospective co-founder is clear on what they are required to do, and helps to protect each founders’ interests and prevent conflict down the line.

A Shareholders’ Agreement is a contract between the shareholders of a company and serves to regulate their relationship and govern how a company is to be run. It also includes important provisions setting out how and when shares can be issued or transferred, who should be responsible for approving shareholder decisions on certain important matters, and ultimately how and when the company can be sold.

This Service Agreement (which can also be called terms of service, service contract or Ts & Cs) contains standard terms and conditions your business can use to provide services to other businesses or consumers. Your customer must agree to these terms and conditions in order to use your services. This agreement includes terms and conditions aimed at protecting your business from liability, as far as permitted by law, and can be customised for your business. If you are selling goods or services at a distance (e.g. through a website or app), see the Website Terms of Sale/Service.

This B2B Supply of Goods Agreement contains standard terms and conditions that set out the rights and responsibilities between you and your customer when you are selling goods. It will help your client understand how and when the goods will be provided, to protect your business from non-payment or other breaches by your client, protect your intellectual property from unauthorised use and confidential information, and help to run your business efficiently.

A consultancy agreement is a contract containing the terms and conditions of a self-employed consultant’s services to a client. It may also be referred to as a contractor agreement, a consultancy services agreement, a consulting agreement or consultancy terms and conditions. Whether you are a consultant being hired for your services or a business hiring a consultant, you can use this Consultancy Agreement to set out the terms and conditions of the arrangement.

An Employment Contract sets out the legal terms of employment between an employer and employee, with details of the employee’s rights, responsibilities and duties. This contract contains all of the information you’re legally required to give to new employees in writing about their terms of employment and it’s fully customisable to your individual requirements and the role.

This is a formal letter appointing a non-executive director (commonly referred to as a NED) to your company. It sets out the main terms of the appointment and the non-executive director’s responsibilities and legal duties within the board of the company.

An Advisory Board is a group of business professionals who help you run your business better and may include successful entrepreneurs, experts in your industry, and individuals with legal, financial, marketing, and other specialist expertise, depending on your needs. This letter helps to protect your company’s confidential information, intellectual property, and more.

This is a formal letter appointing an intern to your company. It can be used when the intern is work-shadowing or considered to be a fixed-term employee with entitlement to the National Minimum Wage for their work. The letter sets out the main terms of the internship and provides key protections for the company, including confidentiality obligations.

  • Trademark guide, delivering you a practical outline of the whole process.
  • Additional registration support, including all searches and research for just £199 (saving £100).

How does it work?

In a matter of minutes our easy-to-use platform will create a professional contract that is tailored to the needs of your business and designed to give it the protection required for success. No more trying to figure out those tricky legal terms or worrying about whether something was left out—our award-winning lawyers have done all the heavy lifting for you. 

You will have access to all contract tools for a year after purchase, and can create as many agreements as you need. In addition to your legal consultation and contracts, you will also have access to the following complimentary legal guides:

  • Company Legal Guide providing detailed guidance for how to go from a sole trader to getting incorporated as a limited liability company.
  • Company Documents Checklist so you know how to keep your company books up to date and when you need to file documents.
  • Contract Negotiation Checklist so that you can negotiate like a pro.
  • Intellectual Property Checklist to help you identify your intellectual property assets and how to best protect and monetise them.
  • Term Sheet Template for discussions with potential investors.
  • Term Sheet Negotiation Checklist so that you know what to expect and the pitfalls to avoid.
  • Trademark Guide delivering you a practical outline of the whole process.