Video: Corporate Trade Explained

Posted by KImberly Armstrong on Aug 7, 2013 6:00:00 AM

what is corporate tradeCorporate Trade is a powerful business solution--but also one of the most misunderstood.

In a nutshell, Corporate Trade is a sophisticated form of barter. In a typical Corporate Trade transaction, a company trades obsolete assets for Trade Credits. These Trade Credits are then combined with cash to purchase goods and services the company needs, such as media, freight, retail merchandising, printing, travel and event space.

Obsolete assets are not just limited to inventory. They include everything from excess real estate to capital equipment to sponsorship commitments no longer on strategy. In fact, almost any asset that results in loss of value to a business can be used in a Corporate Trade deal.

Corporate Trade has many business benefits. Fortune 1000 companies have been using Corporate Trade for years to realize higher returns on assets, improve cash flow by using excess assets to partially fund business expenses and extend the reach of marketing and advertising budgets.

We created this short video to better explain Corporate Trade. Take a look and check out these posts on What is Corporate Trade, Barter Kings vs Corporate Trade: What's the Diff? and The Top Three CEO Profit Challenges Corporate Trade Helps Solve.



If you have obsolete inventory or assets, contact us today to find out if Corporate Trade is a good fit for your organization.


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