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Bartercard is a business tool that increases profits through new customers and improved cash-flow.

Bartercard Business Benefits – Reviews & Success Stories. Savvy businesses looking to maximise their cash flow and streamline their expenses are constantly seeking new solutions, but sometimes the old ones deserve to be revisited.

Bartercard Business Benefits – Reviews & Success Stories

For thousands of business owners in New Zealand, the answer can be found in the age-old bartering system, specifically the business network Bartercard. Bartercard Mobile App. Bartercard NZ gains new owner. Bartercard - Wikipedia. Bartercard is an operator of a barter trading exchange.

Bartercard - Wikipedia

Bartercard enables businesses to exchange goods and services without the use of cash or cash equivalents, or without a direct swap. Bartercard was founded on the Gold Coast, Australia in 1991 by Wayne Sharpe, Brian Hall and Andrew Federowsky and has a presence in eight countries (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Thailand, United Arab Emirates and Cyprus) where 75 offices service approximately 34,000 cardholders worldwide who collectively barter-trade over $600m each year. [1]

Bartercard Business Benefits – Reviews & Success Stories. 3 ways to maximise customers and cash flow. Bartercard. The Bartercard Foundation – Applications for support open. Friday, 20 May 2011, 2:31 pm Press Release: Bartercard NEWS RELEASEFor immediate release, May 2011 The Bartercard Foundation – Applications for support now open Bi-annually charities are able to apply to become the recipient of the Bartercard Foundation funds to enable them the brand recognition and national prominence to aid in their plight to get mainstream recognition.

The Bartercard Foundation – Applications for support open

We are now taking applications to find a recipient charity for 2011-2013. Bartercard IPO Update. Tuesday, 26 August 2014, 5:03 pm Press Release: Bartercard Bartercard IPO Update The IRTA (International Reciprocal Trade Association) have recently released an announcement regarding a contingent contract with the Bartercard parent company BPS Technology.

Bartercard IPO Update

Because of the nature of the contract and the fact it could not begin without a successful Bartercard IPO, the IRTA and UC (Universal Clearinghouse, In.) were waiting to receive evidence of a successful IPO before making any announcements about the project. The barter software industry has grown significantly during the past 17 years, providing barter exchanges a large choice of software platforms to choose from, many providing their own version of inter-exchange currencies. Counter to its original goal of providing true universal trading currency to unify the industry, these inter-exchange currencies are essentially competing with the IRTA’s subsidiary UC, further fracturing the industry.

. © Scoop Media. Bartercard Boosts Business. Monday, 23 February 2015, 2:04 pm Press Release: Bartercard February 2015 Does Bartercard Work?

Bartercard Boosts Business

YES and It Boosts Business Lower Hutt and Auckland businesses are the star big-city performers in New Zealand’s cash-free economy, while Selwyn is the top rural region. How Much Does It Cost To Join Bartercard? - Ask Bartercard. Can I Use Bartercard Dollars In Australia? - Ask Bartercard. Do my Trade Dollars expire? - ASK BARTERCARD.

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What Are The Most Common Industries Using Bartercard In NZ? What Credit Rating Does Bartercard Have? - Ask Bartercard. Is Bartercard a pyramid based model? - ASK BARTERCARD. Find Answers to Bartercard Questions. Just how important is content marketing to your business? Business Start-up Tips. Does your brand lack direction or need a fresh start?

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This blog covers the essential business staples, tips and insight to laying down the business groundwork and staying ahead of the curve. Whether you’re a start-up or established business that needs to hit reset, this blog can help pack more punch into your brand. The concept When it comes to thinking of a killer business concept, many people will tell you to ‘do what you love’ or ‘follow your passion’. These are definitely formulas for success, but in reality a business involves so much more – from strategy, finance, research, sourcing, paying your suppliers, ticking off mundane tasks like paying bills down to sheer stamina. Research the market Research is critical to test the feasibility of your business idea, and see where similar concepts thrived or fell over. Premium Listings - Bartercard Property.

Members invest in real estate use Trade Dollars for a deposit. The philosophy behind Bartercard Property Bartercard Property was launched in July 2003 to provide Bartercard members with a dedicated marketing platform to offer real estate, businesses, investments, and vehicles and boats for sale to other members.

Members invest in real estate use Trade Dollars for a deposit

Bartercard Property also provides an environment that enables members to negotiate and complete successful transactions. It provides the procedures to facilitate the transfer of trade dollar funds from purchaser to vendor, operates a Trust Account, and will act as Stakeholder on behalf of parties to a transaction if requested. In recent years, a vendors’ willingness to accept a portion of the sale price in Trade Dollars has often provided the difference between negotiating a successful sale, or having the property continue to languish in the market unsold. Listing Criteria. Real Estate Listings Land & BuildingsAuckland / Christchurch Minimum 10% trade component on the asking price.Wellington / Tauranga / Hamilton Minimum 15% trade component on the asking price.Rest of New Zealand Minimum 20% trade component on the asking price.Bare LandAuckland / Christchurch Minimum 20% trade component on the asking price.Wellington / Tauranga / Hamilton Minimum 25% trade component on the asking price.Rest of New Zealand Minimum 40% trade component on the asking price.Lease By negotiation (a realistic opportunity must exist to negotiate a successful lease) Business Listings Minimum 30% trade component or T$20,000 (whichever is the greater) on a “fair market” asking price.

Listing Criteria

Buy and Sell with Bartercard Trade dollars. Sound property investment provides an ideal way of using trade dollars to achieve long-term financial prosperity.

Buy and Sell with Bartercard Trade dollars

Benefits of Buying Property Using Trade Dollars Reduce cash borrowings by using Trade Dollars as part (or all) of purchase price. Interest free line of credit (subject to credit criteria) resulting in even greater cashflow. Take advantage of your purchasing discount (cost of a trade dollar) when buying property. As with in the cash economy, the listing price is only ‘asking price.’ Premium Listings - Bartercard Property. Long-term financial prosperity. Travel Packages to suit. Just how important is content marketing to your business? BARTERCARD trading Reaches Record $200M. Wednesday, 17 June 2009, 10:29 am Press Release: Bartercard News Release 16 June 2009 BARTERCARD trading Reaches RECORD $200M Bartercard New Zealand has reached a major new milestone.

Member companies have now traded goods and services worth an unprecedented 200 million trade dollars* through the exchange in the current financial year (ending 30 June). CEO Paul Bolte says this means members have saved themselves 200 million dollars cash by using Bartercard. Bartercard Boosts Business. Bartercard Launches Online Marketplace. Tuesday, 1 November 2016, 9:58 am Press Release: Bartercard 31 October 2016 News release BARTERCARD LAUNCHES ONLINE MARKETPLACETarget of $500 million turnover a year by 2020 As the cash-free economy continues to grow, Bartercard NZ has launched an online marketplace for its thousands of members to make trading even easier.

More than 16,000 account holders throughout New Zealand belong to Bartercard, with more than $200 million worth of goods and services traded annually. The company has ambitious growth plans, and Chief Executive John Scott says the new Marketplace – launching tomorrow (Tuesday, 1 November) – is a major step in that direction. “Marketplace will greatly enhance our members’ experience, streamlining the trading process and giving them the ability to control what promotions they want to see and when they want to see them.

Bartercard announces exciting new sponsorship for Pulse. Wednesday, 22 March 2017, 11:41 am Press Release: Bartercard March, 2017 Bartercard announces exciting new sponsorship for Pulse Netball Bartercard New Zealand is backing Central Pulse Netball for the forthcoming season, which starts on 26 March. The Central Pulse, based in Wellington, will be competing in the ANZ Premiership Netball League, which is made up of 15 round robin games followed by play-offs, bringing the competition to a close at the end of June. Central Pulse Netball are no strangers to Bartercard having been a member of the network for the past five years.

Bartercard Foundation takes the icy plunge! Tuesday, 12 September 2017, 9:07 am Press Release: Bartercard Media Release Bartercard Foundation takes the icy plunge! The Bartercard Foundation is getting behind its chosen charity’s signature event this week, the Heart Stopper Challenge. Raymond Goubitz, one of Bartercard Foundation’s Trustees, will be taking the icy plunge at the Auckland Central event on Thursday. Raymond will be joining other CEOs from across the country and together the adventurous plungers will sit in a pool of water chilled to a cool 10 degrees for 360 seconds. Heart Kids NZ, is the only not-for-profit organisation supporting Kiwi kids and their families who are affected by Congenital Heart Disease (CHD), right through their life. Scoop InfoPages. Bartercard - Latest News [Page 1] Bartercard Foundation takes the icy plunge!

Tuesday, 12 September 2017, 9:07 am | Bartercard The Bartercard Foundation is getting behind its chosen charity’s signature event this week, the Heart Stopper Challenge. More >> About Bartercard. Bartercard Marketplace. The toughest part of surviving in a post-apocalyptic world is going to be pretending we're not excited about it! Ever heard the phrase “you have to spend money to make money”? Growing a business often means expanding physical space, inventory, or staffing–all of which take money: a resource that’s extremely tight in today’s free-falling economy. In the early 1990’s a few clever Australians saw that it wasn’t necessary for small businesses to be unwilling riders on the economic roller coaster.

They decided to come up with a way for businesses to obtain the services and supplies they need without a mountain of cash in their bank account. Bartercard looks like a credit card, but instead of funding it with cash (or in most cases, cash that doesn’t exist yet) it’s funded with goods and services that a business can provide. Bartercard Beginners Guide NZ 2015. Bartercard Mobile Application on the App Store. See why our clients use Bartercard. Bartercard provides a great opportunity to be part of an enormous community of businesses, introducing you to new customers to help fill your idle capacity whether that’s products or services, with the help of an electronic currency called a Trade Dollar. Simply put, the Bartercard concept allows you to pay for products and services between members instead of paying in cash, you can then use these Trade Dollars to offset cash expenses within your business.

Trade Dollars are a well-recognised and accepted method of payment in New Zealand. See why so many people use Bartercard. Bartercard is committed to helping New Zealand businesses grow and achieve financial success by facilitating a trade exchange network that offers dynamic and effective ways of conducting business.

Although the concept of barter is thousands of years old, bartering through Bartercard is the most innovative way of combining modern technology, a community of businesses, and marketing channels to increase profits through new customers and improved cash flow. Bartercard’s world-leading innovative trade exchange system enables over 24,000 global member businesses in six countries to benefit from the cashless economy of barter. Bartercard Gift Boxes - Roses Are Red. Bartercard. Bartercard Mobile Application on the App Store.

The Great Bartercard Trade Show - Auckland - Eventfinda. Jobs on SEEK - New Zealand's no.1 Employment, Career and Recruitment site. Travel Packages to suit. Batercard to join initial public offering pipeline and expand into international markets. The board of BPS Technology. (Front) Tony Lally, non-executive director, Trevor Dietz, chief executive officer, Murray d'Almeida, chairman, Andrew Pipolo, non-executive director. Bartercard. Bartercard Blog. Bartercard - Life NZ. FAQ's. What is Bartercard. Barter Business Services. What is Bartercard. Attract new customers. Barter Business Services. Bartercard Property NZ.