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Business tool that increases profits through new customers and improved cash-flow


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Bartercard

Bartercard is the operator of the world’s largest barter trading exchange that attracts new customers and increases sales for its SME members. 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 and has built 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 54,000 cardholders worldwide who collectively barter-trade over $600m each year. [1]

In 2007, Bartercard Australia was sold in a management buyout. In 2016, Bartercard reached 25 years in the industry and announced further expansion in the North American market launching six new franchises and taking Bartercard’s USA presence to 18 franchises in eight states. The eight US states now covered by Bartercard account for a quarter of the nation’s economic growth. [2]

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Bartercard $200m Member-To-Member Trading

Innovative Approach Behind Bartercard $200m Member-To-Member Trading

AUCKLAND , 28 July 2004 – Bartercard New Zealand announced today that its innovative business approach has attracted members including Just Water Limited, and National Car Rentals, bringing trading between B2B members to around $200 million per year.


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Bartercard Boosts Business

Does Bartercard Work? 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.

Bartercard members in those three areas enjoyed the largest increases in sales in the year to June 2014, with some achieving growth of close to 25%.

Lower Hutt in particular has seen a surge in the volume of bartering businesses with growth that outstripped the Auckland region by over two percentage points.


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Bartercard Launches Online Marketplace

BARTERCARD LAUNCHES ONLINE MARKETPLACE
Target 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.

 


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$80,000 For Heart Kids NZ, Thanks to Bartercard Foundation

The Bartercard Foundation is delighted to announce its partnership with Heart Kids NZ, the only not-for-profit organisation supporting Kiwi kids and their families who are affected by Congenital Heart Disease (CHD), right through their life.

Each week, 12 babies across New Zealand are born with a heart defect. While there are surgical procedures that can improve the heart’s function, there is no cure for CHD.

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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. In doing so, the team will be raising much needed funds for Heart Kids NZ.