Alexandria Professional® Academy Paperwork


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This Intellectual Property/Brand Agreement (this “Agreement”), effective as of this [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="9" ] day of [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="8" ] , [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="7" ] (the “Effective Date”), is by and between Alexandria Professional, LLC, a New York limited liability company having a principal place of business at 5500 Main Street, Suite 103, Williamsville , NY, 14221 USA (“AP”) and [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="19" ] , a [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="41" ] corporation/limited liability company/individual having a principal place of business at [esiggravity formid="23" field_id="1" ] (“PRACTITIONER”).

Where PRACTITIONER is stated, all Distributor’s employees working with the Alexandria Professional Intellectual Property will be inclusive and included in this Agreement. Each individual must sign this Brand Agreement and the signed Brand Agreements must be emailed to the Supplier at info@alexandriapro.com.

WHEREAS, in connection with PRACTITIONER’s use of the AP sugaring and hair-removal systems and products and/or related information, PRACTITIONER desires to be permitted to use and display certain AP Intellectual Property and branded materials (the “AP Intellectual Property”) in its media and advertising, and AP desires to license the AP Intellectual Property on the terms and conditions listed herein.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms hereof and other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the parties acknowledge, undertake, covenant and agree as follows:

  1. AP Representation.
    PRACTITIONER agrees not to promote, represent, use any other sugaring brand products or become involved in procuring their own brand of sugar products whether through another party or by producing it for themselves while using and working with AP. Noncompliance will result in termination of this Agreement and PRACTITIONER shall immediately and permanently discontinue all use of any AP Intellectual Property, AP Trademarks, and AP Educational Materials.
    1. If AP or AP Distributor becomes aware that a practitioner uses (or is planning to use) another brand sugar paste, all supply of AP product will cease unless and until the practitioner confirms that they intend and will remain with AP.
    2. If the practitioner refuses to respond with clear intentions when approached by AP or AP Distributor regarding their alleged intentions to seek other sugar brands whether to test or to procure, or is engaged in changing AP sugar paste, the lack of response will be considered as ‘yes’, they are intending to switch from AP to another brand, and they will be considered in breach of this Brand Agreement.
  2. Beauty Schools.
    PRACTITIONER understands they are not certified as an AP Educator and agrees not to teach any person how to perform the AP sugaring technique.
    1. If PRACTITIONER would like to work with beauty schools regarding professional body sugaring in form of career demonstration or alternative hair removal options for the Beauty Schools, PRACTITIONER agrees to obtain permission from AP Corporate (or AP Distributor where applicable) and further agrees there will be no representation of any other sugaring brand to the students, or otherwise.
  3. Grant of License.
    AP hereby grants PRACTITIONER a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use of the AP Intellectual Property in promotional articles, advertisements and PRACTITIONER’s website strictly with a view to promoting the AP systems and products.
    1. AP will make available to PRACTITIONER, via www.alexandriaprofessional.com, various AP Intellectual Property, including but not limited to images, photos and standard advertisements for use by PRACTITIONER’s business. PRACTITIONER agrees that its use of the AP Intellectual Property shall be condition on PRACTITIONER’s continued purchase and use of AP systems and products. Should PRACTITIONER discontinue the sale or use of the AP systems and products, including Sugar Pastes, its license to use the AP Intellectual Property shall be immediately terminated.
    2. In connection with PRACTITIONER’s license to use any AP Intellectual Property hereunder, PRACTITIONER must include the following statement preceding its use of any AP Intellectual Property: “The following content is owned by Alexandria Professional, LLC and used under license.”
    3. PRACTITIONER agrees that AP’s Intellectual Property shall include, without limitation, all AP Trademarks, AP Copyrighted Works, Domain Names, articles, diagrams, photos, written materials and informational materials (collectively, the “AP Intellectual Property”). PRACTITIONER agrees that AP is the owner of all rights, titles and interests in and to the AP Intellectual Property, and further agrees that the AP Intellectual Property may only be used in a manner as prescribed by AP in conjunction with the promotion and sale of AP systems and products as related to sugaring hair removal and skin conditioning treatments. PRACTITIONER agrees that it shall not, during, or subsequent to, the term of this Agreement, do anything inconsistent with the validity and/or ownership of the AP Intellectual Property.
    4. PRACTITIONER agrees to have any and all AP Intellectual Property link back to the AP website and further agrees to have all images, text, articles and any other promotional materials pre-approved in writing by AP before going live or making any AP Intellectual Property visible for public consumption.
    5. Under no circumstances shall PRACTITIONER use the AP Intellectual Property without the prior written consent of AP. All requests for approval must be sent via email to info@alexandriapro.com. AP will respond within 48 hours (excluding weekends) of receiving the request. The failure of AP to respond to any request for approval shall never act or be deemed as acting as the consent of AP to the use of any AP Intellectual Property.
    6. In the event PRACTITIONER is no longer affiliated with AP, this Agreement is terminated, or PRACTITIONER no longer purchases AP products, or expressly uses another sugar paste brand, PRACTITIONER agrees that the license granted hereunder shall terminate and further agrees to immediately cease use of AP Intellectual Property. Further, should AP terminate this Agreement, all use of the AP Intellectual Property must cease immediately.
  4. AP Trademark.
    1. The AP trademarks comprise both its registered and common law trademarks, the latter of which shall be designated by AP (the “AP Trademarks”). PRACTITIONER agrees that AP is the owner of all rights, titles and interests in and to the AP Trademarks. PRACTITIONER acknowledges and agrees that all use of the AP Trademarks by PRACTITIONER and any goodwill generated thereby shall inure solely to the benefit of AP. PRACTITIONER agrees that it shall not, during, or subsequent to, the term of this Agreement, do anything to undermine the validity or enforceability of the AP Trademarks or anything inconsistent with AP’s sole and exclusive ownership of the AP Trademarks.
    2. The AP Trademarks must only be used as described at Addendum A. For the sake of clarity and as an illustrative example, the various elements that comprise the “ALEXANDRIA Professional & Circle Design” trademark must be reproduced in the precise manner as outlined at Addendum A and should never be used as separate elements. PRACTITIONER agrees to have its printer or advertising company follow the guidelines provided in Addendum A. Any deviation from the strict and prescribed use of the AP Trademarks shall constitute a breach of this Agreement, which may only be remedied at the sole discretion of AP.
  5. AP Education Materials.
    1. PRACTITIONER agrees that all AP educational materials including, but not limited to, all class protocols, written materials such as books, guides, course curriculums, DVD’s and videos, written policies, photos and diagrams (collectively, the “AP Educational Materials”) are the sole property of AP and are not to be used for any other purpose other than learning AP’s methods and systems. Further, and for the sake of clarity, PRACTITIONER shall not, under any circumstances, use the AP Educational Materials in connection with any other business without first obtaining approval by AP Corp or AP Distributor and which offers goods and services that compete with, or rival, those offered by AP.
    2. PRACTITIONER agrees that the AP “6 Steps to Achieving Perfect Sugaring Technique Theory®” was developed by Lina Kennedy, President of AP, to be used only by AP practitioners who are exclusively purchasing AP sugaring pastes and related products. It is further agreed that PRACTITIONER is now aware that the “6 Steps to Achieving Perfect Sugaring Technique Theory®” is patent pending with “The Full Circle of Skin Conditioning Program®”.
    3. AP hereby grants to PRACTITIONER the ability to the purchase and use AP Educational Materials solely for the purpose of learning how to correctly and effectively perform the AP professional sugaring hair removal treatments to be provided with AP products only. PRACTITIONER understands and agrees that teaching others, including employees or other individuals connected with PRACTITIONER, how to use the AP systems and methodologies, how to perform sugaring hair removal is not permitted at any time, under any circumstances, unless PRACTITIONER is an AP certified Educator. Under no circumstance is training of other individuals permitted unless the trainer is an active certified AP Educator working on behalf of AP, and unless the trainee has signed an AP Brand Agreement for the purpose of purchasing and using AP products and systems.
    4. In the event PRACTITIONER is no longer affiliated with AP, and no longer purchases AP Products, PRACTITIONER will immediately and permanently discontinue all use of the AP Systems for the purpose of performing treatments or for the purpose of teaching others how to perform AP sugaring hair removal treatments, and further agrees to immediately return all AP Educational Materials to AP.
  6. Use of AP Branded Products.
    PRACTITIONER agrees to follow AP’s mandatory sugaring protocol and use only AP sugaring products, including AP’s Pre- and Post- system, including the Mud Puddle®, Saltspring®, CC’me® and Phenomen-all®.
  7. Domain Names.
    During the term of this Agreement and upon termination, PRACTITIONER shall not, at any time, register, adopt or use any domain name containing, comprised of, or confusing with, the AP Intellectual Property. Should the PRACTITIONER register, own and/or control any domain name comprised of, containing, or confusing with, the AP Intellectual Property (the “AP Domain Names”), be it directly or indirectly, it shall transfer the infringing domain name(s) to AP within forty-eight (48) hours of a written request from AP. PRACTITIONER agrees that that this Agreement provides for the express disposition of the AP Domain Names upon termination of this Agreement, and the failure of PRACTITIONER to transfer the AP Domain Names to AP upon termination shall constitute a bad faith registration and an absence of legitimate interest as per the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy or CIRA’s Dispute Resolution Policy. PRACTITIONER agrees that under no circumstances and at any time would its registration of any AP Domain Names be legitimate and bona fide in nature.
  8. Social Media.
    PRACTITIONER agrees that they shall not at any time, adopt or use any Twitter handle, Facebook username, or any other handle or username through any social media website that is comprised of, contains, or is confusing with, the AP Trademarks (the “AP Usernames”). Upon termination of this Agreement, all AP Usernames owned or controlled by PRACTITIONER, either directly or indirectly, shall be promptly transferred to AP within Forty-Eight (48) hours.
  9. Non-Compete/Non-Contact.
    PRACTITIONER agrees for a period of one (1) year after the termination of this agreement, that it shall not, at any time, directly or indirectly, contact any of AP’s clients, practitioners or educators for the purpose of promoting and/or selling any goods or services that compete with, or rival those goods and services sold by AP in the geographic area located with a two hundred (200) mile radius of PRACTITIONER’s location. PRACTITIONER further agrees that any breach of this provision shall result in PRACTITIONER paying AP liquidated damages in the amount of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00) irrespective of the nature and extent of the breach. The parties agree that this provision survives the termination of this agreement. The parties agree that this provision shall survive the termination of this Agreement and that this amount is a reasonable estimation of the damages AP would otherwise suffer.
  10. Enforcement.
    The parties agree that, in light of all of the facts and circumstances of the relationship between the parties, the covenants contained in Paragraphs 4, 5, 6, and 7 above are fair and reasonably necessary for the protection of AP’s Intellectual Property. If a court of competent jurisdiction should decline to enforce any of those covenants, the parties agree that such covenants shall be deemed to be reformed to restrict PRACTITIONER’s use of the AP Intellectual Property to the maximum extent that the court shall find enforceable.
  11. Governing Law/Enforceability of Agreement.
    PRACTITIONER agrees that any and all disputes in the meaning, effect, or validity of this Agreement shall be resolved in accordance with the laws of the State of New York without regard to the conflict of law provisions thereof. PRACTITIONER further agrees that if one or more provisions of this Agreement are held to be unenforceable under applicable New York law, such provision(s) shall be excluded from this Agreement and the balance of the Agreement shall be interpreted as if such provision were so excluded and shall be enforceable in accordance with its terms.
  12. Arbitration.
    AP and PRACTITIONER agree that any and all disputes which arise out of this Agreement shall be resolved through final and binding arbitration in New York, New York, before a single neutral arbitrator in accordance with the rules and regulations of the American Arbitration Association then in effect. The parties shall share any costs and fees associated with the arbitration equally; provided, each PRACTITIONER shall bear its own attorneys’ fees. Both parties understand and agree that the arbitration shall be lieu of any civil litigation, each PRACTITIONER waives the right to a trial by jury, and that the arbitrator’s decision shall be final and binding to the fullest extent permitted by law and enforceable by any court having jurisdiction thereof. The arbitrator shall allocate costs of arbitration, including attorneys’ fees, to the prevailing PRACTITIONER.
  13. Termination.
    PRACTITIONER shall have the right to terminate this Agreement, at any time and without cause, upon the provision of thirty (30) days written notice to AP. Upon termination of this Agreement, PRACTITIONER shall immediately and permanently discontinue all use of any AP Intellectual Property.
  14. Confidentiality.
    1. Definition. For purposes of this Agreement, “Confidential Information” means the terms of this Agreement and all non-public business information of a party (the “Disclosing Party”) given to the other party (the “Receiving Party”). Confidential Information shall include all non-public information relating to each party’s business that is disclosed to the other party pursuant to this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Confidential Information shall not include information that (i) is or becomes generally known to the public not as a result of a disclosure by the Receiving Party, (ii) is rightfully in the possession of the Receiving Party prior to disclosure by the Disclosing Party, or (iii) is received by the Receiving Party in good faith and without restriction from a third party, not under a confidentiality obligation to the Disclosing Party and having the right to make such disclosure.
    2. Restrictions. The Receiving Party acknowledges that it will be provided with and as a result of this Agreement, will come into contact, with Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party. Accordingly, the Receiving Party agrees: (i) that it shall keep all Confidential Information in strict confidence, using such degree of care as is appropriate to avoid unauthorized use or disclosure (but in no event shall the Receiving Party use less than all diligent and good faith efforts to safeguard the confidentiality of Confidential Information); (ii) that it shall not, directly or indirectly, disclose any Confidential Information to anyone outside of the Disclosing Party, except with the Disclosing Party’s prior written consent in each instance; (iii) that it shall not make use of any Confidential Information for its own purposes (except as necessary to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement) or for the benefit of anyone other than the Disclosing Party; and (iv) that (A) upon the expiration or termination of this Agreement; or (B) at any earlier time the Disclosing Party may so request, the Receiving Party will deliver promptly to the Disclosing Party, or, at the Disclosing Party’s option, the Receiving Party shall destroy all memoranda, notes, records, reports, media and other documents and materials (and all copies thereof) regarding or including any Confidential Information that the Receiving Party may then possess or have under its control. The Receiving Party further agrees that it shall comply with such policies and procedures relating to the storage, safeguarding, retention and destruction of customer or other data as may be communicated by the Disclosing Party from time to time. The confidentiality restrictions contained herein shall survive indefinitely.
    3. Permitted Disclosures. The Receiving Party may disclose Confidential Information to the limited extent required by law; provided, however, that the Receiving Party notifies the Disclosing Party in writing in advance of such disclosure, and provides the Disclosing Party with copies of any related information so that the Disclosing Party may take appropriate action to protect the Confidential Information.
  15. Indemnity.
    PRACTITIONER/SALON shall indemnify, defend and hold AP and its affiliates, and their respective, officers, directors, employees, agents, successors, and assigns, harmless from and against any and all costs, expenses, damages or losses, including, without limitation, reasonable attorney’s fees (collectively, the “Losses”) arising out of, relating to, in connection with or resulting from, any claim, demand, charge, action, cause of action or other proceeding (collectively the “Claims”) that arise out of, relate to, are connected with or result from (i) PRACTITIONER/SALON’s breach of any intellectual property rights of any third-party (ii) any Claim asserted by any third-party for taxes, withholding, or insurance coverage (including but not limited to workers’ compensation or disability) of any kind whatsoever; and (iii) PRACTITIONER/SALON’s breach of any representation, warranty, covenant, obligation or undertaking set forth in this Agreement or of the AP System.
  16. No Relationship. It is understood that AP and PRACTITIONER/SALON are independent contractors engaged in the operation of their own respective businesses. Neither party is, or is to be considered as, the employee of the other party for any purposes whatsoever, and no partnership, joint venture, or employee-employer relationship is intended or created by this Agreement. Neither party has authority to bind the other party or assume any obligations for or on behalf of the other party or to make any warranties or representations for or on behalf of the other party except as expressly provided in the Services. This Agreement does not create an exclusive relationship between the parties.
  17. Limitation of Liability. EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY PROVIDED HEREIN, IN NO EVENT SHALL AP BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR TORT DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE OR KIND, WHETHER BASED ON BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE) OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY IN CONNECTION WITH OR ARISING OUT OF ANY SERVICES, LICENSES, OR EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS PROVIDED HEREUNDER, EVEN IF AP HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL AP BE LIABLE TO PRACTITIONER/SALON UNDER THIS AGREEMENT WITH RESPECT TO DAMAGES ARISING UNDER ANY CLAIMS OR AGGREGATE OF CLAIMS IN ANY AMOUNT WHICH EXCEEDS THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF ANY FEE(S) PAID UNDER THIS AGREEMENT DURING ONE CALENDAR YEAR. TO THE EXTENT ANY LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IS CONSTRUED BY A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION TO BE A LIMITATION OF LIABILITY IN VIOLATION OF NEW YORK LAW, SUCH LIMITATION OF LIABILITY SHALL BE VOID.
  18. Attorneys’ Fees. If any action at law or in equity is necessary to enforce or interpret the terms of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to reasonable attorneys’ fees, costs, and necessary disbursements, in addition to any other relief to which the party may be entitled.
  19. Miscellaneous
    1. Assignment. PRACTITIONER shall not have the right to assign its rights or obligations hereunder without the prior written consent of AP. Any proposed assignment in contravention of this section shall be null and void.
    2. Notices. All notices required or given herewith shall be in writing addressed to PRACTITIONER/SALON or AP at the designated addresses shown on the signature page hereto and shall be deemed to have been given upon delivery if delivered by hand, via telephone facsimile or electronic mail or by overnight courier service or five (5) days after such notice is deposited in the U.S. mail by certified mail, return receipt requested.
    3. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in any number of counterparts. It is not necessary that all parties sign all or any one of the counterparts, but each party must sign at least one counterpart for this Agreement to be effective.
    4. Waiver. No waiver of any provision of this Agreement or any breach thereunder shall be deemed a waiver of any other provision or subsequent breach hereof, nor shall any such waiver constitute a continuing waiver. Delay or failure of either party to insist on strict performance or observance of any provision of this Agreement or to exercise any rights or remedies hereunder, shall not be deemed a waiver. No party may waive any of its or his rights or any obligation of the other parties or any provision of this Agreement except by an instrument in writing signed by that party.
    5. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties regarding the subject matter contained herein and supersedes all prior and contemporaneous undertakings and agreements of the Parties, whether written or oral, with respect to the subject matter herein. This Agreement shall not be amended except by a writing executed by both parties.

    Liability Release

    This Agreement is entered into between Alexandria Professional® and the undersigned (“Practitioner”). The provision of training services by Alexandria Professional® to Practitioner, and Practitioner’s use of any premises, facilities or equipment are contingent upon this Agreement.
    RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY. Practitioner recognizes that there are hazards and risks connected with hair removal techniques such as adverse reactions. As such, the Practitioner hereby exempts, releases and holds harmless Alexandria Professional®, and its officers, agents, employees and volunteers, from any and all claims or causes of action arising out of personal injuries suffered by him/her and/or their responsible parties during the course of training. It is further acknowledged by the Practitioner, that the Practitioner is responsible for the safety of the responsible parties they have brought in to perform training on. The Practitioner further agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Alexandria Professional® against any loss, damage or expense incurred by reason of any claim or liability based upon personal injury or property damage arising out of the action of Practitioner or his/her responsible party.
    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: You expressly agree that the foregoing release and waiver of liability is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the law.
    You acknowledge that you have carefully read this waiver and release and fully understand that it is a release of liability, express assumption of risk and indemnity agreement. You are aware and agree that by executing this waiver and release, you are giving up your right to bring a legal action or assert a claim against Alexandria Professional® for Alexandria Professional’s® negligence, or for any defective product used while receiving training services from Alexandria Professional®. You have read and voluntarily signed the waiver and release and further agree that no oral representations, statements, or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made.

    AP Course Participation Policy

    Course Enrollment
    Particpant must submit over all required documents requested at the time of enrollment. Requirements may vary depending on country. Failure to submit over required documents or to submit false documents will result in enrollment being suspended.

    Paperwork Policy
    The student will be emailed all required paperwork to be filled out online prior to the class. This includes a Certificate Request Form, Branding Agreement, Liability Agreement and the Class Participation Policy. Paperwork must be completed by the student prior to the class. Failure to do so will result in enrollment being suspended.

    Theory and Practical Policy
    Course Format
    This course consists of 30% theory and 70% practical. Each practical module will demonstrate all practical treatments and then the Participants will need to practice before submitting assignment videos. Grading Procedure There are quizzes with each lesson, and a final quiz at each module that must be passed. Each practical assignment must be submitted and approved by the Educator.
    PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO CERTIFY YOU IF YOU DO NOT FULLFILL ALL THE PRACTICAL REQUIREMENT FOR ALL REQUIRED AREAS OF THE BODY.

    Certification Policy
    Participant acknowledges and agrees that the time frame to complete Alexandria Professional's Online Virtual Certification is six months. Failure to complete the below video assignments for review by the Educator in the time frame allotted will require the Participant to purchase additional virtual support hours at a cost of $150/hr.
    The Participant also agrees that they are allotted 10 hours of virtual support by their chosen Virtual Educator which includes but is not limited to emails, Video Chats, assignments reviews and private support. If the Participant needs additional time they must purchase virtual support hours at a cost of $150/hr.
    The participant must also complete all quizzes in the Online Academy and submit the following video assignments to their Virtual Educator.
    • Video 1 – Dry run without sugar showing the 6 Steps®
    • Video 2 - Dry run without sugar showing and verbalizing the 6 Steps®
    • Video 3 – Legs
    • Video 4 – Classic Bikini Line
    • Video 5 - Underarms
    • Video 6 – Eyebrows with finger
    • Video 7 – Eyebrows with stick
    • Video 8 - Upper lip & chin
    • Video 9 – Final demonstration with sugar on legs to show and verbalize the 6 Steps®
    The Virtual Educator has the right to request the assignments to be resubmitted until technique is approved. The Virtual Educator has the right to request a Video Chat session if they feel the Participant needs more instruction to correct technique.

    Purchase Policy
    All class training fees and kits are non-refundable. The minimum product purchase per participant is a Salon Deluxe Starter Kit. Each additional participant from the same salon must purchase a Practice Kit.

    Manufacturer Policy
    To maintain manufacture’s insurance, the new Certified Practitioner should always use only AP’s product line and follow AP’s protocol throughout their sugaring treatments. Failure to do so will nullify the insurance. Should complications arise during or following any AP treatment with a Practitioner who did not follow AP treatment protocol, Alexandria Professional will not be held responsible nor will they support the practitioner.
    I have read and agree to the terms of the above Participation Policy. January 26, 2023

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