Why tradebank?

The Tradebank Advantage

Tradebank International is a world leader in trade with exchange offices and client companies all across North America. Our expert trade brokers will help you to strategically buy and sell within this vast Tradebank network. Our state-of-the-art, proprietary technology will bring unmatched accuracy, speed, and efficiency to all your trading.

Companies of all sizes and in every business category are discovering the advantages of using trade to improve cash flow and reduce excess inventory. Trading is an effective management tool that goes straight to the bottom line and makes excellent financial sense for every business.

By trading, your company is able to:

  • Increase sales by obtaining new customers
  • Reduce cash outlay – buy products and services with Tradebank dollars while leaving cash in the business
  • Enjoy discounts on trade purchases (If profit margin = 50%, then discount = 50%)
  • Convert excess inventory or unused capacity into tangible assets

The goal of business today is to keep as much cash in the bank as possible – not in the hands of vendors. Cash flow shrinks or expands from year to year, depending on two things: gross sales generated and monitoring of expenses.

By treating Tradebank as an alternate expense account, companies use the 7-15% extra business to pay for existing expenses, not their cost of goods sold. By paying trade dollars for these expenses the company’s cash remains in the bank – unspent – improving both cash flow and profitability!

Getting excited yet? Apply today for your very own Tradebank Cashless Commerce account.


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A Case Study

Bottom-Line Benefits: The A-Sharp Printing

To demonstrate how Tradebank improves the overall financial performance of its member companies, let’s examine the financial planning activity of A-Sharp Printing, Inc. Bob Jones is the president and owner of A-Sharp, which provides copying and graphic design services. Like other owners of most businesses, Bob is constantly looking for ways to improve his companyu’s cash flow.

Using the company’s historical financial and operating performance, Bob prepares financial projections for A-Sharp.

Having joined the Tradebank Network, Bob assesses how A-Sharp could benefit from Tradebank.

As a Tradebank member, Bob figures that he could increase his profits by 40% with only a 5% increase in sales. He also assumes that he can use his T$ balance to pay for variable expenses such as advertising, supplies, and travel.

Projected Income from Tradebank

Net Effect of Trade: