Recruiting an external contractor makes it difficult for the company to anticipate the number of conflicts that may arise. For example, the businessman hires a contract management company to run the business. The management company can also take over the management of the supplier. This can result in several trade-offs on rebates, price negotiations and the operation of suppliers. There may be other conflicts, even the same management company is at the same time dealing with the management of several competitors.  In Asia, many hotels work under management contracts, as they can easily achieve economies of scale, global reservation systems, brand awareness, etc. It is not uncommon for contracts to be signed for 30 years and represent up to 3.5% of total sales and 6% to 10% of gross operating margin. Management contracts have been widely applied in the aviation sector and where foreign government measures restrict other entry methods. Management contracts are often concluded where local expertise is insufficient to complete a project. This is an alternative to foreign direct investment, as it does not involve such a high risk and can generate higher returns for the company. The first registered management contract was initiated in 1978 by Qantas and Duncan Upton.
 [failure to verify] The terms of the business management agreement vary considerably depending on the degree of participation the contractor wishes to retain. The contractor may want very little involvement, in which case the manager may be responsible for all tasks related to the company, hiring and firing employees, purchasing supplies and developing a strategy. 3. Compensation. Taking into account all the services to be provided by – the payment is made per month. For the purposes of this agreement, net revenues are considered to be the gross revenues of the business from all sources, net of all necessary operating expenses, including wages, wages, labour taxes, insurance and food; however, provided there is no deduction for income tax, reparations or remuneration or any other remuneration to – for the calculation of net income.