Terms and Conditions of Business

Markizmo Limited trading as EcomEvolve (EE) 

Terms & Conditions

1.0 Standard Terms

    1.1 These terms are the standard terms of trading of Markizmo Ltd, (trading as Ecommerce Evolution Partners (EE)) and they shall apply to the provision of all services provided by the company, unless otherwise amended in writing.

    1.2 These terms shall continue to apply to all services provided by EE under any subsequent contract until expressly excluded in writing.

    2.0 Charges & Payments

      2.1 Invoices will be raised by EE and should be paid within 14 days.

      2.2 Unless varied in a Proposal document, EE’s standard payment terms are: a fixed fee agreed up-front, 50% payment up-front; with the final 50% payable once the customer is happy that MB have delivered what was agreed.

      2.3 All expenses will be agreed in advance.

      2.4 If projects are suspended by the customer for two weeks, or more, for any reason, payments for work done are due immediately.

      2.5 For overdue payments, interest will be charged as allowed under Section 6 of the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 with a minimum rate of 10%.

      2.6 During any period in which payments are overdue, the obligations of EE may be suspended.

      3.0 Guarantee

        3.1 A money back guarantee applies to all work. EE’s standard payment terms, as set out in 2.1 above, allow the retention of up to 50% of the fixed fee if, at the customer’s sole discretion, they are not happy that EE have delivered what was originally promised.

        4.0 Confidentiality

          4.1 EE undertakes not to divulge any confidential information relating to the business or the affairs of the Client, other than to sub-contractors who have signed an appropriate Non Disclosure Agreement, or others where the client has expressly consented, or implied consent.

          5.0 Liability

            5.1 EE shall not be liable for loss or damage to the Client’s property unless due to negligence, other failure to perform agreed obligations, or the general law.

            5.2 EE will have no liability to the Client for any indirect, special, or consequential loss.

            5.3 The total liabilities that may arise will not exceed the value of any contract between EE and the Client.

            6.0 Termination

              The following obligations are conditions of this agreement and any breach of them shall entitle the party not in breach to terminate the agreement by immediate written notice.

              6.1 Failure to meet the Payment Terms.

              6.2 Failure to remedy a breach of any obligation notified in writing within reasonable time.

              7.0 Recruitment of EE Staff

                7.1 The Client undertakes not to recruit, or help others to recruit, employees of EE.

                7.2 If the client is in breach of 7.1 above they will be liable to pay liquidated damages, set at 33% of the annualised salary of the person concerned.

                8.0 EE’s Outputs, Material and Information

                  8.1 EE will own all intellectual property in any documents provided to the Client for any purpose.

                  8.2 The Client undertakes to keep all such documents confidential to itself and its employees unless specifically authorised by EE to distribute them further.

                  8.3 The Client is licensed to use the material solely for the purpose covered by the contract with EE.

                  9.0 Force Majeure

                    9.1 Both parties will be freed from their respective obligations in the event of an occurrence that a court might consider to be beyond the reasonable control of the parties.

                    10.0 Jurisdiction

                      10.1 This agreement will be governed by English law.

                      11.0 Waiver

                        11.1 Failure to enforce this agreement shall not be a waiver of any rights.

                        12.0 Assignment or Subcontracting

                          12.1 EE shall be entitled to subcontract any of its rights or duties under this agreement.

                          13.0 Miscellaneous

                            13.1 Both parties warrant their power to enter into the agreement.

                            13.2 Both parties recognise this as a whole agreement and they are not relying on any independent representations.

                            13.3 Notice shall be served by recorded Delivery, within 3 days of a material breach.

                            13.4 It is understood that a “Joint and Several” clause, as normally understood in English law, applies.

                            14.0 Specific PPC Terms

                              In the event that EE is contracted to manage one or more PPC campaigns on behalf of a client, the following conditions apply:

                              • The client will be responsible for all payments to the PPC operator and will be responsible for maintaining a valid account with them to settle all PPC payments when due.
                              • EE will agree with the client, in writing, both the maximum budget per day for each advert and campaign and the maximum CPC for each advert and be responsible for applying them to the account. 

                              14.3 EE will use its best endeavours to apply these changes in a timely manner, normally within a day of receiving the instruction.

                              • The client accepts that PPC billing is at least one day in arrears and so they will be billed for activity that has occurred up to the time that changes ae applied but these charges may not be added to the bill immediately.
                              • The client accepts that all PPC advertising is speculative and ‘clicks’ may not result in sales.
                              • The client accepts that there is normally a period of experimentation with PPC that is necessary in order to establish the right approach and that in some cases this may result in a conclusion that PPC is not right for them.

                              PR 27th August 2022