"This isn't your grandmother's barter system of trading pelts for flour or chickens for goats."
LAKE WALES, FL, December 23, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Straight-talking, ex-wrestling promoter Vegas Vince pulls no punches when he shows small business owners how they are flushing dollars down the drain by paying cash for their staple products and services, especially in today's unstable economy. According to Equifax, small business bankruptcies are up over last year, largely because small companies have less cash on hand to keep up with rising costs while sales become harder and harder to come by.
Those kind of depressing statistics led Vince to begin reaching out to help entrepreneurs and business owners beat the odds during these tough economic times using what has been called "the most enlightening and invigorating breakthrough in the barter and trade system in over 30 years".
Vince runs a popular local seafood restaurant with the same challenges as any small business - lots of long hours and an eye constantly on the bottom line - but he uses his street smarts and unique twist on the barter & trade system to reduce expenditures and keep the cash flow flowing. The restaurant is thriving and he's on a mission to help other small businesses pinched by the current recession.
"This isn't your grandmother's barter system of trading pelts for flour or chickens for goats," said Vince. "We reduce and replace line-item expenditures to increase cash flow even when sales are flat. Companies can also negotiate triangle deals that move surplus goods bogging down their balance sheet. Rather than being forced to liquidate excess inventory for pennies on the dollar at a huge loss, companies can recover their costs and in many cases even get full retail value."
One barter arbitrage technique that seems to perform even better in a tough economy is Vince's unique "Buy High / Sell Low" strategy for purchasing goods at full retail value and selling them at wholesale prices, while still turning a large profit.
According to Vince, "big businesses, even Fortune 500 companies, have been quietly using the barter system to their advantage for years... and it's time to level the playing field."
For more information visit http://www.BarterArbitrage.com