Deal Types

Create different deal types like versus, plus percentage, straight percentage and more. Add buyer expenses to calculate potential bonus.

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Written by Antonio Sierra
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Using these features of Gigwell, you can protect yourself from overspending when dealing with buyers or promoters. By inputting the negotiating terms into the platform, Gigwell ensures minimum spendings for you. An example of this would be a deal with a flat guarantee as a base salary, then an additional bonus/percentage if certain goals are met. This way, you will have a better idea of your own expenditure and be able to keep your own budget under control.

The platform also allows for itemized buyer/promoter expenses that you can account for when dealing with back-end deals. Using ticket scaling, you will be able to calculate your total deal potential and post-expense profits. You can then use the ticket finals to calculate the exact back-end amount you’re owed. This allows users to be mindful about how much money they are actually spending in the deal.

Using the features provided by Gigwell, users have a better understanding of their own budgets. No matter the type of deal, users can look to the platform to ensure they are fulfilling their own financial obligations.

Gigwell supports various deal-types outside of landed/ all-in deals.

  • Flat Guarantee

  • Versus

  • Plus Bonus/Percentage

  • Straight Percentage

For back-end deals, you can add itemized buyer/promoter expenses (planned vs. actuals) and ticket scaling to calculate your total deal potential and post-expense profits. Once you receive ticket finals, you'll be able to invoice for the exact back-end amount you're owed.

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