Why do companies, large and small, barter?
Because it enables them to build their business, while conserving their cash flow. At Tradebank, you’ll have access to thousands of companies that are new potential customers for your product or service. Plus, you’ll leave cash in your business, as you trade for goods and services you need that you would normally spend cash on.
Trading is an effective management tool that goes straight to the bottom line. By bartering, your company is able to:
- Gain new customers
- Keep cash in the bank
- Pay for purchases with your own products or services
- Buy goods at your wholesale cost
- Move excess inventory
- Fill downtime in your business
- Improve your bottom line
GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH BARTER
Animal skins for food. A Mickey Mantle for a Sandy Koufax. A peanut butter and jelly for a ham on rye. Barter has long been a popular form of commerce—and never more so than today.
Barter—the trading of goods and services for those of another—has grown into a $20 billion-a-year industry. Currently, 60 percent of Fortune 500 companies and hundreds of thousands of other businesses around the world barter.
Barter is good business. We know. As one of the industry’s leading trade exchanges, Tradebank has helped companies complete more than three million trade transactions—each helping our clients to conserve cash and improve their bottom line.