If the parties wish to sign a contract for speaking services at an event, they may use this Speaking Engagement Agreement.
If the parties wish to sign a contract for speaking services at an event, they may use this Speaking Engagement Agreement. This document is also called the Speaker Agreement, and it consists of two parties: the speaker (the party who is going to speak at the event) and the event host (the party hosting the event). These contracts are often used by curators of both small and large events. This can be a big conference or a few person meeting.
Speaking Engagement Agreements is a useful tool for discussing speaking services at an event, as the document sets out all the information needed to make this type of contract.
Most speakers work as freelancers, and as a separate operating business entity, they are selected based on their recommendations and experience. The speaking engagement can cover any topic area.
In an agreement like this, standard contractual clauses are also included, such as choice of law and venue.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
If a speaker and a presenter want to establish a working relationship, they can use this document. This document can be completed by any party, regardless of the size and specificity of the event.
The document contains information identifying the parties - their names, addresses, etc. There is also a description of the speaking services and the event, the fees, the date, the time, the place and what the speaker is talking about.
A completed document should be printed and signed by both parties. We recommend keeping copies in case any future disputes arise.
Individual state laws govern Speaking Engagement Agreements.