Makers Guides

How to work with us to become an approved maker
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Approved Key Partners

Approved key partners are featured on our website in the appropriate craft category. We showcase 4 examples of your work and create a portfolio for you. View full details here (http://www.commissionit.co.uk/how-to-supply-commissions) with in...

How to create your Makers Portfolio

Your portfolio highlights previous projects you have worked on highlighting your capability to win similar commissions. You can create as many portfolios as you require for every category you work in. Each portfolio must have 4 example im...

Who owns the copyright

As a maker on our platform, you will always retain full title to your copyright on any works produced for our clients. Most works even if they are for a company will be effectively classed as private commissions, meaning the client will own leg...

What does Commissionit charge?

We work in a number of ways with our key partners. The amount of commission we charge is only charged at the point of agreeing to go ahead with a quote offered, as highlighted in Step 2 on our website "Supply Bespoke Commissions (http://www.commi...

Who is Commissionit?

Our founder Amin Saleem previously founded government award-winning platform autoebid.com that launched in 2003 and has taken over £230(m) in orders. AutoeBid has gained a fantastic reputation in the industry, recommended by the likes of Which co...

Our Code Of Conduct

Our makers are known as Approved Key Partners (details here (https://commissionit.supportbee.com/1574-commission-it-knowledge-base/3163-how-makers-supply)), in order to become an Approved Key Partner, makers have to agree to abide by our Code of ...

Dispute Resolution Service

Dispute Resolution Service It’s only when you run into issues on a project/contract and the way those issues are resolved that you really get an understanding of how professional the organisation/contractor is. It should be reassuring to know th...

Copyright

As a maker on our platform, you will always retain full title to your copyright on any works produced for our clients. Most works even if they are for a company will be effectively classed as private commissions, meaning the client will own leg...

Who contacts me for orders?

We would be the first point of contact between the client and the maker to clarify the brief and the maker's proposal. Once agreed by the client we introduce you to the client to begin your process of refining the brief further and starting the...

How are payments actually handled?

Clients are required to have signed our commissioning contract before a commission can start. The contract is created by us incorporating any specific aspects the maker may require and is between the client and the maker. Depending on the value...

Who pays 51% of their profits to good causes?

Commissionit is a Social Enterprise and we are the ones who pay 51% of our profits to these causes. Just by providing a commission to a client you will be helping us to make the works a better place, one project at a time. When the project is c...

Only four pictures of my work?

While your portfolio is limited to 4 pictures, you are free to use as many pictures as you want in the “makers details” section. When you create your profile just click the “Add Media” button below description to add more images. Please remember t...

How clients get quotes ?

When we get a client who posts a brief, we go to our registered matching portfolio makers first and ask you for a quote. Or, if a client views your portfolio directly on our website and asks you for a quote. Either way, you just offer a quo...

What am I committing to by creating a portfolio?

By creating a free portfolio with you are not committing to anything or endorsing us. There is no contract or terms to agree to other than agreeing to our terms and conditions (https://www.commissionit.co.uk/about-us-2/terms-and-conditions) and...