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A question for fellow online business owners
« on: January 03, 2022, 04:51:59 PM »
Hello y'all~ just popping in for a quick question. I've been running an online business for well over a year now and everything has been swell. I've gotten enough traction and am looking to invest in influencers as part of my brand. I already have the budget fixed up and know how much on average an influencer of a certain following would cost. What boggles me is the contract–how do I create a legally-binding document online? Most of my target influencers atm are not from the same country. I came across a software called DocuSign but their prices are ridiculously expensive. I've searched for alternatives and got to read this blog–but one question still remains, will online contracts be legally-binding if we're from different countries? I'm not sure if these types of things really require a lawyer, but any insight is greatly appreciated!

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A question for fellow online business owners
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