Should your business join our Alaskan network?
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The point of EOA's barter organization isn’t to convince businesses to do everything on trade, but for businesses to put their unused capacity - TIME or INVENTORY - to work for them.
As an EOA client your first goal is easy - allow https://www.eoacommerce.com/ to increase your sales by just 10 percent - and then to use this increase to grow your business and improve your lifestyle.
Increasing businesses sales by 10 percent often provides owners with the additional funds and freedom of time to travel (on trade) to their bucket list destinations.
WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN
Organized barter is a powerful tool for strengthening the finances of your company. The wise use of barter will build your profitability, protect your balance sheet, and improve cash flow. We will also show you how to use barter for acquisition financing or expansion capital.
Since organized barter sales generally represent add-on business that you would not of otherwise had, the gross profit from these sales usually goes straight to your bottom line. Moreover, And, using barter to maintain higher levels of production can increase margins on non-barter sales as well.
Organized Barter offers a unique solution to the problem of overstocked or stale inventory, and can protect your balance sheet from costly write downs due to deep discounting or liquidation costs and resulting lower sales prices. Alaskan business owners have been using this powerful tool for more than 24-years.
In addition to increasing profitability and protecting against inventory write downs, organized barter can substantially improve your cash flow. The use of barter allows you to substitute trade for at least a portion of your normal cash outlays when purchasing needed goods and services. As a penny saved IS a penny earned.
Alaskan sales fluctuate, demand rises and falls with our seasons, customers occasionally cancel at the last minute. It may be impossible or impractical to cut back staff and production to match. This is where organized barter comes into play. It allows you to trade your excess inventory and unsold time for goods and services that you use in your business, which you are currently paying cash for.
Alaskan business owners strive to keep inventories to a minimum to avoid high carrying costs and the risks of obsolescence. Organized barter helps businesses operate at their optimum capacity to maximize profit margins and to minimize their lost sales of “perishable” goods and services.
HOW MANY ALASKAN BUSINESSES DO WE SERVE?
Less than one thousand. We made the wise decision years ago
to be insanely valuable to a small number of businesses instead of marginally valuable to thousands.