In today’s economy, restaurants are doing just about anything to fill tables. But there’s a way to drive traffic and strengthen your business without turning to deep discounts — organized barter. The economic downturn has led many restaurants to discover barter as a way to fill tables, move perishable inventory and access business-building tools and services, while still having customers pay full price. Barter exchanges help companies join “small ...
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