Bartercard - Barter Trades, Goods & Services


Bartercard is a business marketplace with over 32,000 cardholders in Australia and New Zealand trading over $347 million worth of goods and services outside the cash economy each year.  It operates in eight countries and through 46 locations around the world. 

Since its launch in 1991, Bartercard has revolutionised the way businesses manage cash flow. Its world-leading Trade Exchange system allows its members to benefit from the cashless economy of barter. Bartercard provides business opportunities to members by converting unutilised trading capacity and excess inventory into business opportunities with new customers.


Bartercard's vision

To be the leading global marketplace where businesses connect and barter-trade their goods and services.


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Bartercard - Barter Trades, Goods & Services

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