How can my company make a deal with physical persons and pay commissions from their sales?

Question Details: I am an owner of a U.S. company. I would like to draw up a business development plan for the company, which includes signing contracts with traders who are natural persons who are not U.S. citizens. The main purpose of this agreement is to entitle the persons in question to offer and sell the services of my company in return for receiving commissions on sales and renewed subscriptions attracted by them. Can you help me with this?

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