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Bartering for advertising allows businesses to promote their products or services without having to outlay extra cash costs to do so.
Ormita helps businesses like yours break through and beat your competitors. Our award winning "barter for advertising" solution lets you swap your time, space or excess and undervalued inventory for media campaigns locally, across the country, or across the world.
Ormita's focus is on providing you with a low risk solution that creates a positive return for your business. We take a very business-minded approach to solving marketing problems. Helping to increase your customer base and grow your cash business is our goal.
Think of Ormita as an extension of your Marketing and Sales team, a partner that adds value to your organisation. Bartering for advertising can bring you many tangible benefits:
• Increase your brand value
• Take customers away from the competition
• Expand your market share
• Get referrals from barter members
• Enhance your sales portfolio
• Retain brand value and market price expectations
• Provides a low-risk and low-cost entry to foreign markets
Ormita is the world's largest multilateral reciprocal barter exchange system, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide and offices in 23 countries.
QUOTES ABOUT THE ORMITA COMMERCE NETWORK BARTER EXCHANGE PLATFORM
The use of networks such as Ormita can help countries to build solid industrial bases, by balancing purchases of foreign goods and services against domestic exports in a simple, but creative manner; while addressing World Bank and IMF concerns of “bilateralism” and anti-competitive behaviour. This form of trade finance has a multiplier effect as it increases overall purchasing power which helps to reduce unemployment, recover potentially depreciating (or lost) value and helps a country’s development.
"International Trade Flows Facing The Global Credit Crunch: The Multilateral Barter Trade System". University of Turin, Italy. Faculty of Economics. March 2012
“Businesses often have excess capacity in their own goods, services or infrastructure, even more so when the financial cycle slows and credit tightens. Business people find that using capacity to source needed goods and services is an attractive alternative proposition to conventional sales and credit if it can increase sales, ease cash flow or reduce reliance on conventional credit.”
"Capacity Trade and Credit: Emerging Architectures for Commerce and Money". City of London Corporation, ESRC, UKTI, BIS joint Report. City of London Corporation. Dec 2011.