Create a new account and fill out your business profile
Choose which membership works best for your business and start your 30 day free trial
Post a public listing to activate your account and collect your bonus KPs
And you’re good to go!
Zero transaction fees and zero hidden costs, just one, simple monthly membership.
What is barter exchange?
Barter exchange or bartering/trading is simply the direct, mutual and equal exchange of goods and services between two parties without the need of cash.
Why is Kindtrader different?
Kindtrader is aimed at small businesses and startups.
Kindtrader’s core mission is to help businesses reduce waste and free up cash flow by squeezing more value out of goods and/or services that wouldn’t otherwise be sold; possibly due to spare capacity, past sell by dates, unprofitable time or seasonal goods and trades.
Barter offers and the marketplace
All barters are traded through our online marketplace., where members can make offers in barter or Kindpounds. To make a barter, you must have a public or private listing. Private listings means other members can not make offers to you but you can to others.
Get as much information on your listing as possible. Including any necessary availability or timeframes. This makes it easier for barters to transact smoothly. Our unique members are from a range of industries including hospitality, marketing, fitness, design, finance and tech.
Visit the dashboard to view your incoming barter offers and KP purchases.
Why do we trade with KPs?
Barter exchange generally means a direct trade of goods and/or services between two parties and let’s face it, we don’t always want exactly what another supplier can give us in return. Instead, we’ve created an efficient way of each party receiving exactly what they want without the obligation for a straight trade.
KP trades are optional and do not need to be used within any set time frame, so feel free to just keep trading until something comes up that you want for yourself, your team or your business.
1 GBP = 5 KPs
Have more questions?
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