Since 2009, Fayetteville based Local Trade Partners has been adding Northwest Arkansas and River Valley businesses to their list, now totaling over 800. Members of this Business to Business club are able to purchase each other’s product or service by using a dollar for dollar trade system which in the end saves cash.
From Dinner at Powerhouse Seafood, Advertising Options or even an Oil Change at Precision Tune Auto Care, these traders are putting their hard earned cash to better use and are starting to use more and more Trade.
Local Trade Partners, Winner “Excellence in Business” Award- Best Entrepreneurial Business from the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce.
The Local Trade Partners advantage:
- Nearly 800 local member locations
- Increase sales
- Access new customers
- Move excess inventory
- Fill idle production time
- Expand distribution channels
- Improve cash flow
- Easy-to-read monthly transaction statements- we keep all the records for you!
Take Trade/Barter to the next level- No one-on-one direct trades, where you are stuck with whatever the other business sells- Local Trade Partners is a clearinghouse for its members’ transactions as well as a marketing agent for their businesses, generating new business for its members.
What the press says about organized barter:
“Barter gives clients a competitive edge. Barter network members tend to shop within the system first, and satisfied barter customers make referrals to cash customers.” – Kiplinger’s
“Barter exchanges help cash-strapped entrepreneurs stimulate sales, develop new clients, convert excess capacity or inventory into revenue, and acquire goods and services needed to conduct a business. The most important benefit of barter is cash conservation: keeping cash in the bank while using barter revenue to offset normal operating costs.” – Nation’s Restaurant News
“Evolving from one-to-one trades among businesses, bartering now mainly takes place through large exchanges in which businesses receive trade credits instead of cash that they can spend on a multitude of items from other firms. Even large corporations increasingly are using barter networks rather than handling excess products over to liquidators.” – Chicago Tribune
“Experts estimate that millions of companies, especially young ones, employ barter as a regular or occasional business tool. Barter provides one important benefit: helping companies dispose of excess inventory by trading it for valuable goods or services. That can be especially useful for startups whose markets aren’t developed enough to consume all their capacity.” – Entrepreneur.com
If you’re low on cash and up for new business, bartering for goods and services can be a shrewd business move.” – BusinessWeek
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