Multiedsupport fills a niche within the education sector to spotlight the potential that otherwise would
remain too elusive to foreground. We coordinate expertise and HR across cultural domains. The platform
services education fields by elevating remote talents to the benefit of a diverse, global constituency.
Initially an interest from various education providers to optimize electronic learning tools, while
minimizing carbon footprints and landfill quotas, the platform has at present become a discrete provider
of business education and intelligent logistics for expert fulfillment of services.
Additional data-driven benchmarks eventually consolidated this concept for innovative individuals across
service sectors to tap into such assets. For instance, busy, hectic salespeople needed a brand from
which to conference while traveling and demanded specific education experts who could balance tech,
pedagogy, and global cultural competences.
Teachers and education systems often manifest an imbalance despite access to research and resource in society.
Therefore, Multiedsupport emerged as a liaison between facilitating technology and educational HR,
creating optimal outcome platforms. Moreover, Multiedsupport now has optimized delivery of diversified
learning services, ranging from language, productivity software, to affordable technology solutions.
Students as consumers benefit from access to multimedia lesson materials (.mp3, .wav, .mp4, .pdf.)
and allotment of cloud storage. Contractors often function equally in different roles across economic
sectors to the extent of benefiting from a platform that consolidates their talent into new teaching tasks
and journalistic materials.

Benefits of Platform:

  • access to free Moodle LMS instructor account + App for course management and marketing

  • access to personal email account + App

  • access to personal pages for marketing and promotion of portfolio

  • access to editing rights to branded YouTube and related social media channels

  • access to blogs and journals for publishing of articles

  • access to booking tools

  • access to affiliate marketing strategies, coupons, and related promotions to the benefit of potential clients

  • option to import and cross-list any existing courses from Udemy to Moodle and Multiedsupport

  • option to become a vendor of specific educational products

  • option to benefit from mail delivery to company address and business cards

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The Parties. This Agreement is made between a business entity known as Multi-Verse Education Support c/o
Dr. Erol Gokcedag, PhD. with a mailing address of 5632 Van Nuys Blvd # 4020, Sherman Oaks, CA 91401
One individual(s) known as _____________________ (“Contractor”).
WHEREAS the Client Intends to pay the Contractor for services provided, effective March 18th, 2023, under
the following terms and conditions:
I. Services. The Contractor agrees to perform the following: niche topic instruction for popular subjects, as for English, French, etc.
Hereinafter known as the “Services”.
II. Payment. The Client agrees to pay for the Services performed by the Contractor. The
Contractor agrees to be paid as follows:

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The Contractor shall be entitled to commissions as follows: 97% of any sale/purchase of services.
III.Due Date. The Services provided by the Contractor shall continue for an on-going basis with no end date
and not due on a specific date but to be completed with a reasonable timeframe in accordance with industry
IV. Expenses. The Contractor shall be responsible for all expenses related to providing the Services
under this Agreement. This includes, but is not limited to, supplies, equipment, operating costs. business
costs, employment costs, taxes, Social Security contributions / payments, disability insurance. unemployment taxes,
and any other cost that may or may not be in connection with the Services provided Contractor. However, the
client agrees to provide/furnish complimentary or no-charge promotions and maintenance of the contractor’s
profile on the client’s business-related sites.
V. Independent Contractor Status. The Contractor, under the code of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), is
an independent contractor and neither the Contractor’s employees or contract personnel are, or shall be deemed,
the Client’s employees.
In Its capacity as an independent contractor. Contractor agrees and represents:
Contractor has the right to perform Services for others during the term of this Agreement.
Contractor has the sole right to control and direct the means, manner, and method by which the Services
required by this Agreement will be performed. Contractor shall select the routes taken, starting, and ending
times, days of work, and order in which the work is performed.
Contractor has the right to hire assistants as subcontractors or to use employees to provide the services
required under this Agreement.
Neither Contractor, nor the Contractor’s employees or personnel, shall be required to wear any
uniforms provided by the Client.
The Services required by this Agreement shall be performed by the Contractor, Contractor’s
employees or personnel, and the Client will not hire, supervise, or pay assistants to help the Contractor.
Neither Contractor nor Contractor’s employees or personnel shall receive any training from the Client
in the professional skills necessary to perform the services required by this Agreement; and
Neither the Contractor nor Contractor’s employees or personnel shall be required by the Client to
devote full-time to the performance of the Services required by this Agreement.
VII. Business Licenses, Permits, and Certificates. The Contractor represents and warrants that all
employees and personnel associated shall comply with federal, state, and local laws requiring any
required licenses, permits, and certificates necessary to perform the Services under this Agreement.
VIII. Federal and State Taxes. Under this Agreement, the Client shall not be responsible for:
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Withholding FICA, Medicare, Social Security, or any other federal or state withholding taxes from the
Contractor’s payments to employees or personnel or make payments on behalf of the Contractor.
Making federal or state unemployment compensation contributions on the Contractor’s behalf; and
The payment of all taxes incurred related to or while performing the Services under this Agreement,
including all applicable income taxes and, if the Contractor is not a corporation, all applicable selfemployment taxes. Upon demand, the Contractor shall provide the Client with proof that such
payments have been made.
IX. Benefits of Contractor’s Employees. The Contractor understands and agrees that they are solely
responsible and liable for all benefits that are provided to their employees including, but not limited to,
retirement plans, health insurance, vacation time-off, sick pay, personal leave, or any other benefit
X. Unemployment Compensation. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the unemployment
compensation payments on behalf of their employees and personnel. The Contractor shall not be
entitled to unemployment compensation in connection with the Services perforated under this
XI. Workers’ Compensation. The Contractor shall be responsible for providing all workers’
compensation insurance on behalf of their employees. If the Contractor hires employees to perform any
work under this Agreement, the Contractor agrees to grant workers’ compensation coverage to the
extent required by law. Upon request by the Client, the Contractor must provide certificates proving
workers’ compensation insurance at any time during the performance of the Service.
X. Liability Insurance. The Contractor agrees to bear all responsibility for the actions related to
themselves and their employees or personnel under this Agreement. In addition, the Contractor agrees
to obtain comprehensive liability insurance coverage in case of bodily injury, personal injury, property
damage, contractual liability, and cross-liability.
There shall be no minimum required amount for the liability insurance.
XIII. Indemnification. The Contractor shall indemnify and hold the Client harmless from any loss
or liability from performing the Services under this Agreement.
XIV. Termination of Agreement. This Agreement shall terminate upon written notice by either
the Client or Contractor.
In addition, the Client or Contractor may terminate this Agreement, including any obligations stated
hereunder, with reasonable cause by providing written notice of:
A material breach of the other party; or
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Any act exposing the other party to liability to others for personal injury or property damage.
XV. Option to Terminate. The Client and Contractor shall not have the option to terminate this
Agreement unless there is reasonable cause as defined in Section XIV.
XVI. Exclusive Agreement. This entire Agreement is between the Client and Contractor.
XVII. Resolving Disputes. If a dispute arises under this Agreement. any party may take the matter to a
California state court.
XVIII.Confidentiality. The Contractor acknowledges that it will be necessary for the Client to
disclose certain confidential and proprietary information to the Contractor for the Contractor to perform
their duties under this Agreement. The Contractor acknowledges that disclosure to a third party or
misuse of this proprietary or confidential information would irreparably harm the Client.
Accordingly, the Contractor will not disclose or use, either during or after the term of this Agreement,
any proprietary or confidential information of the Client without the Client’s prior written permission
except to the extent necessary to perform services on the Client’s behalf.
Proprietary or confidential information includes, but is not limited to:
The written, printed, graphic, or electronically recorded materials furnished by Client for Contractor to
Any written or tangible information stamped “confidential,” “proprietary,” or with a similar legend, or
any information that Client makes reasonable efforts to maintain the secrecy of business or marketing
plans or strategies, customer lists, operating procedures, trade secrets, design formulas, know-how and
processes, computer programs and inventories, discoveries, and improvements of any kind, sales
projections, and pricing information; and
Information belonging to customers and suppliers of the Client about whom the Contractor gained
knowledge because of the Contractor’s services to the Client.
Upon termination of the Contractor’s services to the Client, or at the Client’s request, the Contractor
shall deliver to the Client all materials in the Contractor’s possession relating to the Client’s business.
The Contractor acknowledges that any breach or threatened breach of confidentiality of this Agreement
will result in irreparable harm to the Client for which damages would be an inadequate remedy.
Therefore, the Client shall be entitled to equitable relief, including an injunction, in the event of such
breach or threatened breach of confidentiality. Such equitable relief shall be in addition to Client’s
rights and remedies otherwise available at law.
XIX. Proprietary Information. Proprietary information, under this Agreement, shall include:
The product of all work performed under this Agreement (“Work Product”), including without
limitation all notes, reports, documentation, drawings, computer programs, inventions, creations,
works, devices, models, works-in-progress, and deliverables, will remain the sole property of the independent
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Contractor, and Contractor retains the rights, title, and interest therein, including, but not limited to, all
audiovisual, literary, moral rights and other copyrights, patent rights, trade secret rights, and other
proprietary rights therein.
Contractor hereby agrees to reasonably manage/negotiate with the Client all right, title, and interest in
all photographic images and videos or audio recordings made by the Client during Contractor’s work
for them, including, but not limited to, any royalties, proceeds, or other benefits derived from such
photographs or recordings; and The Client will be entitled to use Contractor’s name and/or likeness use in
advertising and other materials.
XX.No Partnership. This Agreement does not create a partnership relationship between the Client and
the Contractor. Unless otherwise directed, the Contractor shall have no authority to enter contracts on
Client’s behalf or represent the Client in any manner.
XXI. Assignment and Delegation. The Contractor may assign rights and may delegate duties
under this Agreement to other individuals or entities acting as a subcontractor (“Subcontractor”). The
Contractor recognizes that they shall be liable for all work performed by the Subcontractor and shall
hold the Client harmless of any liability in connection with their performed work.
The Contractor shall be responsible for any confidential or proprietary information that is shared with
the Subcontractor in accordance with Sections XVIII & XIX of this Agreement. If any such
information is shared by the Subcontractor to third (3′) parties, the Contractor shall be made liable.
XXII. Additional Terms and Conditions. The contractor shall use the resources and sites from MultiVerse Education Support to advertise, perform, and fulfill only those responsibilities, matters, and tasks
specific or related to those services, or that are permissibly associable with those services. For instance,
it is acceptable to perform translation and travel assistance related to French, but prohibitive to use
Multi-Verse Education Support as a legal entity to complete surveys for cigarette companies or as an
affiliate sponsor to coordinate blood donations.
XXIII. Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed under the laws in the State of California
XXIV. Severability. This Agreement shall remain in effect in the event a section or provision is
unenforceable or invalid. All remaining sections and provisions shall be deemed legally binding unless
a court rules that any such provision or section is invalid or unenforceable, thus, limiting the effect of
another provision or section. In such case, the affected provision or section shall be enforced as so
XXV. Breach Waiver. Any waiver by the Client of a breach of any section of this Agreement by the
Contractor shall not operate or be construed as a waiver of any subsequent breach by the Contractor.
XXVI. Entire Agreement. This Agreement, along with any attachments or addendums, represents the
entire agreement between the parties. Therefore, this Agreement supersedes any prior agreements,
promises, conditions, or understandings between the Client and Contractor.
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Client’s Signature ________________________Date
Print Name __________________________
Contractor’s Signature _______________________Date
Print Name __________________________