NDA, Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement; protect your company secrets with people you collaborate


This agreement is for business owners protect company products, trade secrets and other sensitive information.


Safeguard your business with our Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement (NDA). Ideal for collaborations with third parties like business coaches, groups, and others, it serves to protect your company products, trade secrets, client details, and sensitive information. The agreement effectively prevents the recipient from disclosing any confidential intel.

Our NDA includes nine robust provisions, meticulously designed to secure your business essentials. It stands as a solid barrier against unauthorized information dissemination.

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Our legally binding agreement has been refined over years of practice.. Accompanied by clear instructions, you can swiftly download the template, fill in your details, review and amend if needed, export as a PDF, and forward to the other party.

Here’s how to use it:

  1. Download the Agreement.
  2. Fill in your details in the highlighted sections.
  3. Review and make necessary changes.
  4. Export as PDF.
  5. Dispatch to the other party.

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