Can Barter Help Your Business Grow? Find Out How at this FREE Online Seminar!

Can Barter Help Your Business Grow? Find Out How at this FREE Online Seminar!
Event on 2017-12-26 12:00:00
This FREE seminar is sponsored by the BBC (Barter Business Cooperative) as a public service to business owners in the Dallas area. Come learn how barter a.k.a. organized trading will grow your business. BBC functions as both a marketing arm but also a bank of "trade dollars" or credits for its members enabling them to buy and sell at what boils down to substantial discounts. As a business owner if you have the capacity to generate more sales revenue than your business is currently generating – consider bartering your goods or services. If you are looking to grow your business, please attend this FREE no obligation events. • Learn how to leverage your cash flow • Understand the power of a trade dollar • See how to move excess inventory • Market your products/services locally or nationally in our directory of goods and services • Utilize resources you already own/market to purchase goods/services in our trade marketplace • Enable your buying power to EXCHANGE your cost of good/service for the VALUE of a retail dollar. The fact is if you are not already trading or bartering especially through an organized trade "exchange" you are losing value – missing out on the ability to tap your excess capacity. Businesses depend on Cash Flow. Give your CASH KING a Queen – Make it TRADE!   FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Bob Grenchik at 214-230-BARTER Are there technical requirements to attend the event? As the event is an ONLINE Google Hangout, you may download a free Hangout plugin Please contact organizer for further details  Is there a way to attend the ONLINE Google Hangout by phone only? Yes, a call number and pin will be sent to the email address on file when you register 

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