12.1 Termination. You may terminate the Program at any time by notifying Dell Technologies in writing. Dell Technologies may suspend or terminate all or part of your participation in the Program without notice: (a) due to a breach of this Agreement or any other agreement related to your participation in the Program or (b) an attempt to undermine the integrity of the Program in accordance with Dell Technologies data. In addition, Dell Technologies may, at its discretion, terminate all or part of the Agreement or Program for all Participants or for you alone, without justification, with 10 (10) days to the Partner Account Administrator or any other contact you have provided in connection with your participation in the Program. Second, use your network of friends in the industry. While it`s unlikely that your direct competitor will lend a copy of their distribution agreement, friends of their indirect competitors may not be afraid to share a deal that has proven to be trouble-free over time. Third, if you are trying to sign a distribution contract in a foreign country, use the foreign network. American Chambers of Commerce are found in most countries of the world (American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, American Chamber of Commerce in the Netherlands, American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, etc.). If your branch abroad does not yet have a connection with the local chamber of commerce, you immediately put one. The cost of joining these organizations is minuscule and the benefits go far beyond learning a balanced distribution agreement. Parties inexperienced by distribution agreements sometimes try to minimize the possibility of termination. The requirement for annual notice and a semi-automatic extension is a routine procedure for experienced players.
In such cases, the agreement shall provide for the termination of the agreement at the end of the first full calendar year following the entry into force of the agreement and each subsequent year. The terms and conditions allow each party to submit a notice of intent to non-renewal 30 days before the end of the calendar year. . . .