How Ormita Israel ensures that all members can spend
Excess capacity exchange is only useful if a business owner can offset their existing cash expenses and/or acquire additional desired goods and services.
Selling is only one side of the equation. Many Trade Exchanges simply ignore the fact that true value lies in a businesses ability to spend their Trade Credits – not just earn them.
When a business expresses an interest in joining Ormita Israel we take the following steps:
We make a note of their existing and planned expenses in the form of a “buying schedule”. This schedule provides detailed notes on the goods and services required by the buyer and the equivalent cash prices they are willing to pay.
An Ormita Israel Client Director will use the schedule to actively seek out businesses who can meet the buying needs of the prospective member on the same, or better, terms. Depending on the suppliers, this will vary from part-cash/part-trade through to 100% trade.