A consultant can use an agreement to protect their interests and ensure that they are paid by the client by snatching a formal written agreement from the services provided. 1.2 Consulting services. The services provided by the Consultant to the Company under this Agreement consist of participation in the Advisory Board to provide the advice and other services agreed from time to time by the Consultant and the Company (the “Services”) in accordance with Annex A. An advisory contract between a company and its advisor should be used. The agreement defines the expectation of the relationship, such as the work done on behalf of the advisor and compensation. The agreement should also define some key concepts, such as confidentiality and the allocation of labour products. The contract contains conditions on the amount and date on which the customer will pay the contractor in exchange for his services. . . .