history of corporate barter trading: how it began, how
it differs today, why it's a needed and viable business technique
in today's fast-changing world.
brilliant barter move that enabled a large grocery chain
to acquire a million dollar roofing job, plus new customers.
key factor for developing cooperation
stand alone divisions within your company.
a Texas company traded 9 million pounds of bricks (from
an old plant) for $5 million of needed services.
to work with your major vendors on a barter basis.
penetrating look at McDonnell Douglas Helicopter's
$16 million corporate barter program. (Includes an in-depth
interview with Gary Pacific, manager of their countertrade department,
explaining how corporate barter companies effectively work with
Fortune 500 corporations.)
to approach and work with your accounting and purchasing
see how the corporate barter industry is self-regulating itself
... efforts that include
the adoption of an historic Code-of-Ethics.
through middlemen a comparison
in 20 different areas, between a corporate barter company and a
trade exchange. (See which one to use in various situations.)
price(s) your company can expect to receive for your
products/services in a typical corporate barter transaction.
re-marketing avenues used by barter companies, which
typically avoid affecting your company's normal distribution channels.
checklist of the nine specific
actions your company should take to get maximum effectiveness in
a corporate barter deal.
of a typical contract.
Plus a look at a $500,000 transaction with complete step-by-step
spend-down of trade credits, showing you how the corporate barter
contract actually works.
to develop your company's "request for proposal"
(RFP), and the seven elements to use in your scoring process.
guarantees you should seek for fulfillment of
studies (actual examples)
of companies who have done corporate barter deals.
products/services your company can realistically expect
to receive in a typical transaction ... and what not to expect.
(Included is a checklist for your company's use.)
actual 4-page corporate barter contract.
Attorney's charged $12,000 to draft this one, but it's
yours FREE as a part of our one-of-a-kind program.
to get your company's middle-management intricately
and positively involved in your barter deal, because
it "rewards" them to do so.
give you the names and addresses of corporate barter
their top officers, phone and fax numbers. As part
of our service Bob Meyer will personally make the introduction for
you, if you wish.
see how to handle your barter transactions on the books.
We hired an expert CPA, as well as a former FASB (Financial Accounting
Standard Board) member, to author a special report on how to handle
the corporate barter accounting question. He details FASB's
Task Force consensus on the accounting for barter credits (FASB
93-11). (We paid him a four-figure check for his expertise and critique
on the new ruling.) It's all yoursFREE in our program.