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Surplus as a Resource: The New Barter Economy

April 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Barter Blog, Barter News

Barter TrainingExperiencing surplus and drought at the exact same time? Welcome to the new America. Ever since the start of the Great Recession, it’s been a case of “the haves and have nots.”

Companies either have too much in stock, or not enough.

The problem for those who lack, however, often comes down to a lack of capital. Wouldn’t it be great if you could trade your surplus for what you lack and go back to the barter system?

Guess what? You can!

Barter exchanges are a way businesses can cash in on their surplus and get what they need without spending the cash. When you trade in an organized trade exchange network, you are put into a mass conglomerate of products and services, so you can trade your surplus for a need even if those providing that need don’t particularly need what you have in surplus. Rather than cash, each trade is done in barter value dollars. The beauty of a barter exchange is you get trade dollars for a cash outlay of just 50 cents, so you literally trade for 50 cents on the dollar, essentially getting your goods at wholesale prices.

Bartering a Lucrative Business Opportunity

Believe it or not, barter is a lucrative business, especially in this day and age. Every business needs services or products, and almost every business runs a surplus of some kind. You can trade your surplus for just about anything, including office equipment, gift certificates to restaurants, travel or even a night at the opera. Barter exchanges are a key resource for companies’ ultimate survival. Persevere, and get what you need in a challenged economy while saving pennies on the dollar. Think outside the box. Barter to turn surplus into a resource and meet every one of your needs with wholesale value.

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