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Get It in Writing–GigPay Launches Online Contracts Tool July 28, 2009

Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.

GigPay, the event payments start-up, has developed an online tool with the ability to generate and manage live performance contracts for it’s users.

The service, operated from GigPay.com, allows a musician or anyone hiring them, to draw up a customised professional live performance contract, by providing information relevant to their event or gig. The result is a contract that is tailored to the user’s specification. Users can also manage and track the status of any contract drawn up by the system.

After agreement the contract is indefinitely available online, allowing both parties the benefit of an unchanged, centrally stored contract.

In addition, GigPay’s contract has an easy to read format that displays a contract’s key facts and then the detail following that. GigPay are offering the service for a per-contract fee of $1.80/£0.80 or a soon to be determined annual fee (allowing unlimited use of the system for no extra cost).

GigPay is a UK payment processing company for the live events industry. Somewhat like PayPal for live events.

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