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Thanks for asking about this. I assume you got a single developer license. Your license covers YOUR work and it doesn't matter if you're doing that work for a client or your employer (which is basically the same thing as a client). So yes, that's totally fine. However, your license would not cover the work of other developers at that company. If your employer wants to give other developers access to the bonus plugins and/or have other developers work on projects that require the special commercial license, that company should get the appropriate multi-developer Business Green membership. Sound fair? 


Thanks again for reaching out and asking. We put a lot of faith in our customers to do the right thing and we're thrilled to have guys like you on board. 

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