The five different corporate barter
The history of corporate barter
trading: how it began, how it
differs today, why it's a needed and
viable business technique in today's
A brilliant barter move that enabled
a large grocery chain to acquire a
million dollar roofing job, plus new
The key factor for developing
cooperation among stand-alone
divisions within your company.
How a Texas company traded 9 million
pounds of bricks (from an old plant)
for $5 million of needed services.
How to work with your major vendors
on a barter basis.
A 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
How to approach and work with your
accounting and purchasing
You'll see how the corporate barter
industry is self-regulating
itself...efforts that include the
adoption of an historic
The keynote address on corporate
barter's new era by Bob Meyer.
(Given at the International
Reciprocal Trade Association's
Trading 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.)
What price(s) your company can
expect to receive for your
products/services in a typical
corporate barter transaction.
Thirteen remarketing avenues used by
barter companies, which typically
avoid affecting your company's
normal distribution channels.
A checklist of the nine specific
actions your company should take to
get maximum effectiveness in a
corporate barter deal.
Sample 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
How to develop your company's
"request for proposal" (RFP), and
the seven elements to use in your
Performance guarantees you should
seek for fulfillment of the
Case studies (actual examples) of
companies who have done corporate
What 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.)
An 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
How to get your company's
middle-management intricately and
positively involved in your
barter deal, because it "rewards"
them to do so.
We give you the names and addresses
of corporate barter companies...
their top officers, phone and fax
numbers. As part of our service Bob
Meyer will personally make the
introduction for you, if you wish.
You'll 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 five-figure check for
his expertise and critique on the
new ruling.) It's all yours—FREE
in our program.
How investment-recovery departments
of major companies are maximizing
their investment returns—up to $150
million annually—through barter and
asset recovery programs. (Full
details on the Investment Recovery
Association are provided in our
program as well.)
We also give you the details on how
you can become an associate member
of the American Countertrade
Association (ACA), a prestigious
organization for "major players."
Corporations are literally doing
billions-a-year of barter worldwide.
(ACA's Executive Director Dan West
and Bob Meyer have appeared on
industry panels and TV shows