How Companies Work With Start-Up Suppliers and Vendors
1 PM EDT
Startups can be valuable suppliers and partners to larger, more established companies. At the same time, transactions with startups pose certain unique challenges that should be reflected in the resulting supply agreements. This presentation will highlight ways in which established companies can mitigate risks when contracting with startups through diligence, contract terms and contingency planning. In addition, it will highlight contract provisions that are common to sourcing agreements that are particularly challenging for startups, but may deliver limited value to their established customers.
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Chantal Kazay, Aon Service Corporation (Chicago, IL)
Allyson Winter, Trustmark National Bank (Jackson, MS)
Dror Futter, Partner at Rimon, P.C. (Hackensack, NJ)
Thor Ernstsson, CEO at Alpha (New York, NY)
Marc Porter, Vice President and Legal Counsel at Trustmark National Bank (Jackson, MS)
Sponsored by: YLD Corporate Counsel Committee & YLD Taxation Committee