New Year’s Resolution: Barter More

Second on the list of popular resolutions is saving money— something ITEX can help with.

Some of the top New Year’s resolutions for small-business owners involve saving money or protecting cash, and bartering with ITEX can help you with those goals.

As you enter the new year, you might be wondering what ITEX has to offer your business, and the answer is — a lot.

Take a look at investments you’ve been planning to make in your business anyway, whether it’s getting a new logo, starting a podcast, developing promotional items or re-designing your workspace, and see whether there’s an ITEX member who can help you with those projects.

On a personal level, losing weight and exercising more are the top goals for the New Year once again, with 38 percent of people planning to start a new fitness plan. Checking out the health and wellness providers on ITEX is a great place to start.

Second on the list of popular resolutions is saving money, with 37 percent of people making that pledge — another thing ITEX can help with.

One way to find out about some of the great businesses that offer products and services through ITEX of South Florida is to follow ITEX on Facebook, or check out the website for a list of businesses that are part of the network.

The ITEX network helps you generate new customers by advertising your business to other ITEX members, and you can use ITEX dollars to buy and sell products and services among members instead of cash.

ITEX Corporation has helped tens of thousands of businesses generate new sales, conserve cash flow and increase profits for more than 30 years. The network has locations in 29 states.

ITEX is a member of the International Reciprocal Trade Association (IRTA,) a non-profit organization that promotes equitable practices within the bartering industry, which includes traditional retail barter exchange companies, corporate barter companies, countertrade and complementary currency systems.

The organization was founded in 1979 to promote the commercial barter industry in the United States and worldwide and to uphold ethical business practice standards.