FACILITATOR AGREEMENT

1.0 PURPOSE. This Facilitator Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made between the Facilitator Application applicant, whose name is provided in a Facilitator Application at www.TheNewAgencyLA.com (“Contractor”), and The New Agency, LLC (“Agency”), each individually a “Party” and collectively the “Parties,” each on behalf of itself and its affiliates, and each having the address set forth at the signature lines below.

2.0 DEFINITIONS.

1-on-1 Coaching Session - A 1-on-1 in-person or virtual Corporate Wellness Service offered by the Agency, paid for by the Client, hosted by a Facilitator, and delivered to an Attendee. These sessions can be 30 minutes to 120 minutes long.

Agency Website -
www.TheNewAgencyLA.com and the like and all derivations therefrom.

Confidential Information
- For the purposes of this Agreement, Confidential Information shall include information in whatever form disclosed by one Party (the “Disclosing Party”) to the other Party (the “Receiving Party”), whether directly or indirectly, orally, in writing, or by observation or inspection, and whether disclosed by a representative, agent, or authorized third-party consultant of the Disclosing Party.

(a) Confidential Information Defined. “Confidential Information” is defined to include, but is not limited to:

(i) Designs,
(ii) Systems,
(iii) Algorithms,
(iv) Computer programs (including source code, object code, algorithms, and models),
(v) Intellectual property,
(vi) Calculations, locations, sites,
(vii) Customer and client information, customer lists,
(viii) All methods, concepts, know-how, ideas, techniques,
(ix) Compositions, projects, plans (including business and marketing plans),
(x) Research data, testing processes and results,
(xi) Financial data (including sales costs, profits, pricing methods, pricing models),
(xii) Personnel data,
(xiii) Supplier lists, supplier data,
(xiv) Inventions,
(xv) Drawings,
(xvi) Artwork,
(xvii) Design concepts,
(xviii) Sketches,
(xix) Models,
(xx) Fabrication processes, methods and designs of manufacture,
(xxi) Production processes,
(xxii) Development techniques and data and results,
(xxiii) Marketing strategies,
(xxiv) Intangible assets,
(xxv) Derivative works, and
(xxvi) Information and data relevant to the research, development, production, fabrication, construction, design, process flow, and creation of products and brands in the entertainment, publishing, and technology industries.

Corporate Wellness Services a.k.a. Services - is any workplace health, wellness, team building or other activity designed to support healthy or performance enhancing behavior in the workplace. Includes services provided for both Corporate Wellness Workshops and 1-on-1 Coaching Sessions.

Corporate Wellness Client a.k.a Client - A nonprofit, corporation, partnership, government agency or other legal entity that has entered into a Corporate Wellness Contract to purchase Corporate Wellness Services.

Facilitator - An independent contractor who has executed a Facilitator Agreement to host Corporate Wellness Workshops or 1-on-1 Coaching Sessions.

Facilitator Protocol - An operational protocol issued to the Contractor by the Agency.

Full Day - A Full Day Corporate Wellness Workshop shall run for a minimum of 6 hours and no more than 10 hours.

Half Day - A Half Day Corporate Wellness Workshop shall run for a minimum of 3 hours and no more than 4 hours.

Corporate Wellness Workshop - Corporate Wellness Services offered by the Agency, paid for by the Client, hosted by one or more Facilitators, and delivered to 5 or more Attendees.

Services - Includes either Corporate Wellness Workshop or 1-on-1 Coaching Session or both.

3.0 BARGAIN - The Agency promises to pay the Contractor for value and consideration as a bargain in exchange for the Contractor’s facilitation of Corporate Wellness Workshops, as a Facilitator.

3.1 TIMING OF PAYMENT - Payment shall be made by the Agency to the Contractor within 1 week after the Contractor’s performance for any given Corporate Wellness Workshop hosted by the Contractor.

3.2 PAYMENT METHOD - Contractor may elect to receive payment via the following methods: 

    1. Paypal
    2. Zelle
    3. Check

Contractor is responsible for delivering communication regarding payment method preference and necessary payment information to the Agency within a reasonable time after execution of this Agreement. The Contractor is also responsible for reasonably notifying the Contractor of payment method preference changes and necessary payment information changes in the event the Contractor wishes to change the same.

3.3 PAYMENT AMOUNT - The Agency shall pay an amount to be determined on a per Service basis, the amount of which shall be determined before the Contractor holds a duty to perform Service.

3.4 BOOKING - The Agency, at its discretion, may contact the Contractor to schedule a possible date and time for Service, which will include workshop details, and the amount to be paid to the Contractor in exchange.  Once the Agency has been paid by the relevant Corporate Wellness Client, the Agency will notify the Contractor that the Service is booked on the specified date and time, and that the Agency will be paid the stated amount in accordance with Section 3. 

4.0 CANCELLATION BY FACILITATOR. Once the Contractor makes a commitment to provide Service in the manner specified in accordance with Section 3.4, they have a duty to do so in accordance with this Agreement and any supplemental guidelines delivered by the Agency to the Contractor. In the event the Contractor wishes to cancel their commitment, they may do so by notification to the Agency via email or phone as identified herein, however, such Notice of Cancellation, must be delivered to the Agency within 7 days that the relevant Service is scheduled to take place. In the event the Contractor fails to host Service that they have committed to, and fails to deliver a timely Notice of Cancellation in accordance with this Section, and such failure does not have just cause, then such failure is a breach of the Contractor’s duty to perform and may result in termination of this Agreement at the discretion of the Agency. 

4.1 CANCELLATION BY CLIENT. The Agency is not liable to pay the Facilitator any monetary compensation for Service that has not been rendered. The Agency is not liable to pay the Facilitator any compensation in accordance with Section 3.0 for Service if it is cancelled by the Client.

5.0 WAIVER OF LIABILITY. The Agency shall not be liable for any damages, injury, or the like to the Facilitator or the Client, that results from the Facilitator's Service being rendered to the Client. The Facilitator shall indemnify and hold The Agency harmless for any claims, damages, injury, losses, or the like resulting from the Facilitator's interaction with the Client or the Client's employees. 

6.0 CONFIDENTIALITY. The Parties promise not to disclose the Confidential Information disclosed by the Disclosing Party to the Receiving Party without the express written permission of the Disclosing Party. Upon written request by the Disclosing Party, all documents, materials, digital content, or the like must be returned by the Receiving Party to the Disclosing Party within a reasonable time.

7.0 NON-CIRCUMVENTION. The Contractor shall not seek to bypass, avoid, or circumvent the Agency from or with any business opportunity that relates to the Agency’s business, which includes entering into other dealings with Corporate Wellness Clients, or by utilizing any Confidential Information, or by otherwise exploiting or deriving any benefit from the Confidential Information. The Contractor agrees that provider prospects, supplier prospects, and customer prospects are “Confidential Information” and include, but are not limited to, any provider or customer that the Agency: 

(1) has considered as a prospect; 

(2) has entered into discussions with as a prospect; or 

(3) has entered into a nondisclosure agreement with as a prospect.

8.0 BREACH. Failure of one party to perform a duty or obligation as established by this Agreement shall constitute breach of the same. In the event of breach of this Agreement by the Contractor, the Agency, at its discretion, may terminate this Agreement, by delivering a Notice of Termination in writing. In the event the Receiving Party breaches the terms of Section 6, the Disclosing Party shall be entitled to general, indirect, special, consequential, and monetary damages and other relief as prescribed by law.

9.0 TAX TREATMENT. Contractor shall be treated as an Independent Contractor required to complete a W9 form and shall become a 1099 recipient in accordance with federal tax law, for all Corporate Wellness Services performed and all Corporate Wellness Workshops hosted by the Contractor under this Agreement, unless Contractor is a corporation, in which cases reporting shall occur in accordance with tax law.

10.0 AMENDMENTS. This Agreement may not be amended absent the express agreement, in writing, of all parties.  Each signatory hereto expressly covenants and warrants that he or she shall not, at any time or in any manner, attempt to enforce any claimed amendment to this Agreement which is not evidenced by a writing signed by the party against whom the amendment is sought to be asserted.

11.0 ARBITRATION.  In the event of any dispute, claim, question, or disagreement arising from or relating to this Agreement or the breach thereof, the Parties hereto shall use their best efforts to settle the dispute, claim, question, or disagreement. To this effect, they shall consult and negotiate with each other in good faith and, recognizing their mutual interests, attempt to reach a just and equitable solution satisfactory to both Parties. If the dispute cannot be settled through negotiation within a period of thirty (30) days, the Parties agree to attempt in good faith to settle the dispute through mediation, administered by a mediator mutually agreeable to both Parties, before resorting to arbitration. If they do not reach such solution, or an agreed upon mediator cannot be found, within a period of sixty (60) days, then, upon notice by either Party to the other, all disputes, claims, questions, or differences shall be finally settled by arbitration administered by a qualified arbitration services provider, such as the American Arbitration Association, other mutually agreed upon organization, or through ad hoc arbitration, in accordance with the provisions of that organization’s Commercial Arbitration Rules, or equivalent, or other mutually agreed upon rule. In the event that any Party’s claim exceeds $1 million, exclusive of interest and attorneys’ fees, the dispute shall be heard and determined by a panel of three (3) arbitrators. 

In such case, each Party shall each select one (1) arbitrator. The arbitrator selected by the claimant and the arbitrator selected by respondent shall, within ten (10) days of their appointment, select a third neutral arbitrator. In the event that they are unable to do so, the Parties or their attorneys may request that the selected arbitration services provider appoint the third neutral arbitrator. Prior to the commencement of hearings, each of the arbitrators appointed shall provide an oath or undertaking of impartiality. The United States Arbitration Act shall govern the interpretation, enforcement, and proceedings pursuant to the arbitration clause in this Agreement.

12.0 GOVERNING LAW & JURISDICTION. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California without regard to conflict of interest provisions. The jurisdiction of this Agreement shall be in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, United State of America.

13.0 NOTICES. Any notices required to be given under this Agreement, unless otherwise stated will be addressed to the respective Party at the address, email, or phone number shown beneath the respective signature line below or, with respect to the Facilitator, on the Facilitator Application on the Agency Website. A notice that must be in writing shall be delivered by personal delivery, certified mail, email, or an equivalent private courier or delivery service to the address of the entity set forth at the end of this agreement, an updated address provided by one entity to the other in writing, or an address for the entity listed at the Secretary of State's website, whichever is more recent. Notice shall be deemed delivered upon delivery if by personal delivery, and after ten (10) calendar days if done by mail or private courier.

16.0 SEVERABILITY. If any provision or clause of this Agreement or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other provisions or applications of this Agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this Agreement are severable.

17.0 SINGULAR & PLURAL. Unless the context otherwise requires, whenever used in this Agreement, the singular shall include the plural, the plural shall include the singular, and the masculine shall include the feminine or entity.

18.0 SUCCESSORS & ASSIGNS | NO ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement and all the covenants and obligations hereunder shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of each of the Parties and their officers, directors, agents, employees, representatives, successors and assigns. Neither Party may assign nor transfer any of its respective interest or rights in and under this Agreement without the prior written consent of the other Party, and any attempted assignment or transfer without such consent shall be null and void and without any force or effect whatsoever.

19.0 TERM. This Agreement shall terminate five (5) years from the last date of signature below unless otherwise terminated by either Party via written notice of termination delivered by the terminating party to the other in accordance with Section 14.0. If a Party elects to terminate by this Section, that Party may do so for any reason or no reason at all so long as such termination does not conflict with any standing law. The Parties agree and intend that the obligations of non-disclosure and non-use described above shall remain in effect beyond the termination of this Agreement. Any outstanding amounts owed by one Party to another shall also remain in effect after termination and to the limits prescribed by law.

20.0 FORCE MAJUER. In the event there are unforeseen circumstances or an act of God that prevents one party from fulfilling the terms of another party, then that party shall not be held liable for those circumstances. 

21.0 EXECUTION. The terms of this Agreement shall become effective against each Party by and from the date of execution of this Agreement. By signing this Agreement the undersigned executes the same, warrants that she/he understands all terms and conditions stated herein, and with intention, accepts and completes the manifestation of mutual assent to those terms and conditions as described herein. The parties further agree and intend that this Agreement, upon Execution, shall be an effective and legally binding contract. The Parties agree that this Agreement may be executed by electronic signature or by Facilitator accepting Terms & Conditions when submitting the Facilitator Application on the Agency Website.

THE NEW AGENCY, LLC                                               CLIENT

By:___________________________                                  By: _____________________________________________________________
      Zach Loeb, CEO                                                             First Name & Last Name as Provided in Facilitator Application


The New Agency Contact Methods:
578 Washington Blvd, Ste 735
Marina Del Rey, California 90292
Zach.Loeb@TheNewAgencyLA.com
1-323-366-6918

Execution Date: Date of Application submittal at the Agency Website.

 

FACILITATOR AGREEMENT

1.0 PURPOSE. This Facilitator Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made between the Facilitator Application applicant, whose name is provided in a Facilitator Application at www.TheNewAgencyLA.com (“Contractor”), and The New Agency, LLC (“Agency”), each individually a “Party” and collectively the “Parties,” each on behalf of itself and its affiliates, and each having the address set forth at the signature lines below.

2.0 DEFINITIONS.

1-on-1 Coaching Session - A 1-on-1 in-person or virtual Corporate Wellness Service offered by the Agency, paid for by the Client, hosted by a Facilitator, and delivered to an Attendee. These sessions can be 30 minutes to 120 minutes long.

Agency Website -
www.TheNewAgencyLA.com and the like and all derivations therefrom.

Confidential Information
- For the purposes of this Agreement, Confidential Information shall include information in whatever form disclosed by one Party (the “Disclosing Party”) to the other Party (the “Receiving Party”), whether directly or indirectly, orally, in writing, or by observation or inspection, and whether disclosed by a representative, agent, or authorized third-party consultant of the Disclosing Party.

(a) Confidential Information Defined. “Confidential Information” is defined to include, but is not limited to:

(i) Designs,
(ii) Systems,
(iii) Algorithms,
(iv) Computer programs (including source code, object code, algorithms, and models),
(v) Intellectual property,
(vi) Calculations, locations, sites,
(vii) Customer and client information, customer lists,
(viii) All methods, concepts, know-how, ideas, techniques,
(ix) Compositions, projects, plans (including business and marketing plans),
(x) Research data, testing processes and results,
(xi) Financial data (including sales costs, profits, pricing methods, pricing models),
(xii) Personnel data,
(xiii) Supplier lists, supplier data,
(xiv) Inventions,
(xv) Drawings,
(xvi) Artwork,
(xvii) Design concepts,
(xviii) Sketches,
(xix) Models,
(xx) Fabrication processes, methods and designs of manufacture,
(xxi) Production processes,
(xxii) Development techniques and data and results,
(xxiii) Marketing strategies,
(xxiv) Intangible assets,
(xxv) Derivative works, and
(xxvi) Information and data relevant to the research, development, production, fabrication, construction, design, process flow, and creation of products and brands in the entertainment, publishing, and technology industries.

Corporate Wellness Services a.k.a. Services - is any workplace health, wellness, team building or other activity designed to support healthy or performance enhancing behavior in the workplace. Includes services provided for both Corporate Wellness Workshops and 1-on-1 Coaching Sessions.

Corporate Wellness Client a.k.a Client - A nonprofit, corporation, partnership, government agency or other legal entity that has entered into a Corporate Wellness Contract to purchase Corporate Wellness Services.

Facilitator - An independent contractor who has executed a Facilitator Agreement to host Corporate Wellness Workshops or 1-on-1 Coaching Sessions.

Facilitator Protocol - An operational protocol issued to the Contractor by the Agency.

Full Day - A Full Day Corporate Wellness Workshop shall run for a minimum of 6 hours and no more than 10 hours.

Half Day - A Half Day Corporate Wellness Workshop shall run for a minimum of 3 hours and no more than 4 hours.

Corporate Wellness Workshop - Corporate Wellness Services offered by the Agency, paid for by the Client, hosted by one or more Facilitators, and delivered to 5 or more Attendees.

Services - Includes either Corporate Wellness Workshop or 1-on-1 Coaching Session or both.

3.0 BARGAIN - The Agency promises to pay the Contractor for value and consideration as a bargain in exchange for the Contractor’s facilitation of Corporate Wellness Workshops, as a Facilitator.

3.1 TIMING OF PAYMENT - Payment shall be made by the Agency to the Contractor within 1 week after the Contractor’s performance for any given Corporate Wellness Workshop hosted by the Contractor.

3.2 PAYMENT METHOD - Contractor may elect to receive payment via the following methods: 

    1. Paypal
    2. Zelle
    3. Check

Contractor is responsible for delivering communication regarding payment method preference and necessary payment information to the Agency within a reasonable time after execution of this Agreement. The Contractor is also responsible for reasonably notifying the Contractor of payment method preference changes and necessary payment information changes in the event the Contractor wishes to change the same.

3.3 PAYMENT AMOUNT - The Agency shall pay an amount to be determined on a per Service basis, the amount of which shall be determined before the Contractor holds a duty to perform Service.

3.4 BOOKING - The Agency, at its discretion, may contact the Contractor to schedule a possible date and time for Service, which will include workshop details, and the amount to be paid to the Contractor in exchange.  Once the Agency has been paid by the relevant Corporate Wellness Client, the Agency will notify the Contractor that the Service is booked on the specified date and time, and that the Agency will be paid the stated amount in accordance with Section 3. 

4.0 CANCELLATION BY FACILITATOR. Once the Contractor makes a commitment to provide Service in the manner specified in accordance with Section 3.4, they have a duty to do so in accordance with this Agreement and any supplemental guidelines delivered by the Agency to the Contractor. In the event the Contractor wishes to cancel their commitment, they may do so by notification to the Agency via email or phone as identified herein, however, such Notice of Cancellation, must be delivered to the Agency within 7 days that the relevant Service is scheduled to take place. In the event the Contractor fails to host Service that they have committed to, and fails to deliver a timely Notice of Cancellation in accordance with this Section, and such failure does not have just cause, then such failure is a breach of the Contractor’s duty to perform and may result in termination of this Agreement at the discretion of the Agency. 

4.1 CANCELLATION BY CLIENT. The Agency is not liable to pay the Facilitator any monetary compensation for Service that has not been rendered. The Agency is not liable to pay the Facilitator any compensation in accordance with Section 3.0 for Service if it is cancelled by the Client.

5.0 WAIVER OF LIABILITY. The Agency shall not be liable for any damages, injury, or the like to the Facilitator or the Client, that results from the Facilitator's Service being rendered to the Client. The Facilitator shall indemnify and hold The Agency harmless for any claims, damages, injury, losses, or the like resulting from the Facilitator's interaction with the Client or the Client's employees. 

6.0 CONFIDENTIALITY. The Parties promise not to disclose the Confidential Information disclosed by the Disclosing Party to the Receiving Party without the express written permission of the Disclosing Party. Upon written request by the Disclosing Party, all documents, materials, digital content, or the like must be returned by the Receiving Party to the Disclosing Party within a reasonable time.

7.0 NON-CIRCUMVENTION. The Contractor shall not seek to bypass, avoid, or circumvent the Agency from or with any business opportunity that relates to the Agency’s business, which includes entering into other dealings with Corporate Wellness Clients, or by utilizing any Confidential Information, or by otherwise exploiting or deriving any benefit from the Confidential Information. The Contractor agrees that provider prospects, supplier prospects, and customer prospects are “Confidential Information” and include, but are not limited to, any provider or customer that the Agency: 

(1) has considered as a prospect; 

(2) has entered into discussions with as a prospect; or 

(3) has entered into a nondisclosure agreement with as a prospect.

8.0 BREACH. Failure of one party to perform a duty or obligation as established by this Agreement shall constitute breach of the same. In the event of breach of this Agreement by the Contractor, the Agency, at its discretion, may terminate this Agreement, by delivering a Notice of Termination in writing. In the event the Receiving Party breaches the terms of Section 6, the Disclosing Party shall be entitled to general, indirect, special, consequential, and monetary damages and other relief as prescribed by law.

9.0 TAX TREATMENT. Contractor shall be treated as an Independent Contractor required to complete a W9 form and shall become a 1099 recipient in accordance with federal tax law, for all Corporate Wellness Services performed and all Corporate Wellness Workshops hosted by the Contractor under this Agreement, unless Contractor is a corporation, in which cases reporting shall occur in accordance with tax law.

10.0 AMENDMENTS. This Agreement may not be amended absent the express agreement, in writing, of all parties.  Each signatory hereto expressly covenants and warrants that he or she shall not, at any time or in any manner, attempt to enforce any claimed amendment to this Agreement which is not evidenced by a writing signed by the party against whom the amendment is sought to be asserted.

11.0 ARBITRATION.  In the event of any dispute, claim, question, or disagreement arising from or relating to this Agreement or the breach thereof, the Parties hereto shall use their best efforts to settle the dispute, claim, question, or disagreement. To this effect, they shall consult and negotiate with each other in good faith and, recognizing their mutual interests, attempt to reach a just and equitable solution satisfactory to both Parties. If the dispute cannot be settled through negotiation within a period of thirty (30) days, the Parties agree to attempt in good faith to settle the dispute through mediation, administered by a mediator mutually agreeable to both Parties, before resorting to arbitration. If they do not reach such solution, or an agreed upon mediator cannot be found, within a period of sixty (60) days, then, upon notice by either Party to the other, all disputes, claims, questions, or differences shall be finally settled by arbitration administered by a qualified arbitration services provider, such as the American Arbitration Association, other mutually agreed upon organization, or through ad hoc arbitration, in accordance with the provisions of that organization’s Commercial Arbitration Rules, or equivalent, or other mutually agreed upon rule. In the event that any Party’s claim exceeds $1 million, exclusive of interest and attorneys’ fees, the dispute shall be heard and determined by a panel of three (3) arbitrators. 

In such case, each Party shall each select one (1) arbitrator. The arbitrator selected by the claimant and the arbitrator selected by respondent shall, within ten (10) days of their appointment, select a third neutral arbitrator. In the event that they are unable to do so, the Parties or their attorneys may request that the selected arbitration services provider appoint the third neutral arbitrator. Prior to the commencement of hearings, each of the arbitrators appointed shall provide an oath or undertaking of impartiality. The United States Arbitration Act shall govern the interpretation, enforcement, and proceedings pursuant to the arbitration clause in this Agreement.

12.0 GOVERNING LAW & JURISDICTION. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of California without regard to conflict of interest provisions. The jurisdiction of this Agreement shall be in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, United State of America.

13.0 NOTICES. Any notices required to be given under this Agreement, unless otherwise stated will be addressed to the respective Party at the address, email, or phone number shown beneath the respective signature line below or, with respect to the Facilitator, on the Facilitator Application on the Agency Website. A notice that must be in writing shall be delivered by personal delivery, certified mail, email, or an equivalent private courier or delivery service to the address of the entity set forth at the end of this agreement, an updated address provided by one entity to the other in writing, or an address for the entity listed at the Secretary of State's website, whichever is more recent. Notice shall be deemed delivered upon delivery if by personal delivery, and after ten (10) calendar days if done by mail or private courier.

16.0 SEVERABILITY. If any provision or clause of this Agreement or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other provisions or applications of this Agreement which can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this Agreement are severable.

17.0 SINGULAR & PLURAL. Unless the context otherwise requires, whenever used in this Agreement, the singular shall include the plural, the plural shall include the singular, and the masculine shall include the feminine or entity.

18.0 SUCCESSORS & ASSIGNS | NO ASSIGNMENT. This Agreement and all the covenants and obligations hereunder shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of each of the Parties and their officers, directors, agents, employees, representatives, successors and assigns. Neither Party may assign nor transfer any of its respective interest or rights in and under this Agreement without the prior written consent of the other Party, and any attempted assignment or transfer without such consent shall be null and void and without any force or effect whatsoever.

19.0 TERM. This Agreement shall terminate five (5) years from the last date of signature below unless otherwise terminated by either Party via written notice of termination delivered by the terminating party to the other in accordance with Section 14.0. If a Party elects to terminate by this Section, that Party may do so for any reason or no reason at all so long as such termination does not conflict with any standing law. The Parties agree and intend that the obligations of non-disclosure and non-use described above shall remain in effect beyond the termination of this Agreement. Any outstanding amounts owed by one Party to another shall also remain in effect after termination and to the limits prescribed by law.

20.0 FORCE MAJUER. In the event there are unforeseen circumstances or an act of God that prevents one party from fulfilling the terms of another party, then that party shall not be held liable for those circumstances. 

21.0 EXECUTION. The terms of this Agreement shall become effective against each Party by and from the date of execution of this Agreement. By signing this Agreement the undersigned executes the same, warrants that she/he understands all terms and conditions stated herein, and with intention, accepts and completes the manifestation of mutual assent to those terms and conditions as described herein. The parties further agree and intend that this Agreement, upon Execution, shall be an effective and legally binding contract. The Parties agree that this Agreement may be executed by electronic signature or by Facilitator accepting Terms & Conditions when submitting the Facilitator Application on the Agency Website.

CLIENT

By:_________________________________________         
     First Name & Last Name as Provided
     in Facilitator Application                      

THE NEW AGENCY, LLC     

  By: _______________________________________
      Zach Loeb, CEO                                                           


The New Agency Contact Methods:
578 Washington Blvd, Ste 735
Marina Del Rey, California 90292
Zach.Loeb@TheNewAgencyLA.com
1-323-366-6918

Execution Date: Date of Application submittal at the Agency Website.