Our free confidentiality agreement and non-disclosure agreement can help you safeguard your ideas.
How we can help
At Inngot, we understand that organisations need to protect ideas and innovations while still being able to exploit them. That's why, to give you a helping hand, we provide a range of document templates you can customise and use, free of charge .
Upgrade to full membership, and you will be able to define and describe your own innovations in our online directory. This creates a searchable record of your ownership, without giving away any sensitive information.
We also offer an indicative valuation service for the IP and intangible assets we help you to identify, called Sollomon . Developed with specialist input from Grant Thornton UK LLP, this is now being adopted by investors and lenders to get a sense of the 'hidden' value in your organisation.
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- Standard Confidentiality Agreement
Intended for use between organisations, with a number of optional clauses depending on the nature of the disclosure envisaged.
- Non-Disclosure Agreement
Normally sufficient for cases where the parties already have a working relationship.
Assignment of Past Copyright Agreement
When third parties have contributed copyright material to your IP, and you wish to confirm your ownership of the end product.
- Know-How Agreement
For use when third party know-how is included within products or services you wish to market. Incorporates a non-disclosure provision.
Please note: The templates must be used in conjunction with our guidance notes (included in the templates). Registration with Inngot and use of the templates is our subject to our terms and conditions .