Barter Bucks Banc is part of the largest trading network in the USA with 240 independently owned trade exchanges and +50,000 members. These business owners are primarily retail businesses and some manufactures.
Barter Increases Revenue and Decreases Costs
Every business needs more money and less overhead.
· What do you have (product or service) that you can trade for something you normally spend cash on?
· Do you have extra time in your day?
· Do you have merchandise sitting in a warehouse?
· What do you have that you don't need? What do you need instead?
Are you a service business?
- Carpet cleaner
- Steam cleaner
- Real Estate Broker
- Mortgage Broker
- Lawn maintenance
- Web Developer
- Graphic artist
If you are booked solid with cash business, then you don't need to trade. But if you have extra time in your day, then why not take a trade job? It's just more money!
Are you a manufacturer?
- Farmer, Furniture
- Gift basket Food, sauces, gourmet
- Clothing, house wares
- Sports drinks, toys, gift items
- Jeweler, artist
Do you have excess inventory? Inventory that you can't move through your normal channels?
If the answer if YES, then you are an ideal candidate for trading. It's ten times easier to make a trade sale then a cash sale. Don't liquidate for 20 cents on the dollar. Advertise your products in our Barter Store instead.
Do you have uncollected invoices?
We can help you collect your uncollected invoices.
Every business has something to trade, whether it is a product or service. Barter Bucks will help you convert those uncollected invoices into spend able assets.
Do you like to buy at wholesale pricing?
Everyone likes to save money. When you trade your product or service, you are trading at your cost of goods. So you are buying at your wholesale cost.
Example: Restaurant owners' cost for food and drinks = 30%. If the restaurant owner trades $1,000 of his food and drinks for advertising, it did not cost him $1,000. The cost is only $300.00. Would you rather pay $1,000 in cash for your advertising or trade for $300.00 in food and drinks?