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Bartercard’s vision is to become the world’s largest trade exchange and a globally recognised business-to-business brand

May 31, 2014 Global Travel Media TV, Headline News No Comments Email Email

EGT mediaTVWhen the principle founders of Bartercard, Brian Hall, Andrew Federowsky, Wayne Sharpe and their first employee Maree St Clair started Bartercard on the Gold Coast, Australia, in 1991, the team shared a vision for Bartercard to become the world’s largest trade exchange and a globally recognised business-to-business brand.

Now some 13 year later, Bartercard now supports 40 offices in Australia and 72 globally who successfully trade on a daily basis.

In 1995 Bartercard International was created to replicate the model globally, with currently Bartercard operating in six countries in the Asia Pacific rim, Middle East and Europe with new International License enquiries daily.

In May 2012 the Bartercard International Group was formed merging both the Australian and International entities to make it easier for members to trade on a global platform.

Bartercard’s vision remains to be the leading global marketplace where businesses connect and barter-trade their goods and services and their number one goal was to have 100,000 cardholders in 15 countries by 2015.

I met with Mark Ferstz, Product Manager Etrading and Development for Bartercard at South Pacific Tourism Exchange … and to hear and see what Mark had to tell me about this very interesting way to do business, click on the video box below.

A report by John Alwyn Jones on location for Global Travel Media as exclusive Australian trade media at South Pacific Tourism Exchange 2014

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