Southern Barter Club Becomes a Developer Sponsor of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance

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SBC incorporates the innovative tool of a cashless commerce system that capitalizes on available professional services and resources, excess and aging inventory, as well as idle assets for strategic funding for business owners.

Laurie Sossa, Founder of the Southern Barter Club

“Manufacturers can achieve much higher returns on value impaired assets and inventories through barter when compared to cash liquidation pricing," said Laurie Sossa, Founder of the Southern Barter Club.

Southern Barter Club (SBC), a leader in the barter and trade industry in the Southeast, has signed on as a Developer Sponsor of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance. SBC is a membership organization with over 1000 members and with global reciprocation of 50,000 businesses worldwide. SBC incorporates the innovative tool of a cashless commerce system that capitalizes on available professional services and resources, excess and aging inventory, as well as idle assets for strategic funding for business owners.

“Our partnership with the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance is a perfect fit,” said Laurie Sossa, founder of the Southern Barter Club. “Manufacturers can achieve much higher returns on value impaired assets and inventories through barter when compared to cash liquidation pricing. We provide an innovative solution for manufacturers to sell excess and ageing inventory that they can in turn spend the barter credits earned at full retail for advertising, marketing, printing and signage to promote their business.”

Ms. Sossa is a 20+ year veteran of the market research industry and has managed hundreds of research projects for a wide variety of clients. They have included many Fortune 500 corporations, smaller companies who are leaders in their fields, advertising agencies, and independent marketing and branding consultants. Ms. Sossa received a 2017 Resolution at the State Capitol in her name and a proclamation for Southern Barter club for economic impact on the State of GA. Ms. Sossa is also a Partner in a Global Trading and Distribution company that works with manufacturing companies and brokers for the distribution of consumer-packaged goods.

“Southern Barter Club has been a key player in the manufacturing sector, and we are excited to continue our strategic partnership with them as a Developer Sponsor,” said Jason Moss, CEO of the Georgia Manufacturing Alliance. “They have a committed team dedicated to keeping their clients and our members informed of alternative solutions for impaired assets and inventories. Ms. Sossa’s unique expertise and diverse network will open a world of resources to help build brand and product awareness for our members."

The Georgia Manufacturing Alliance (GMA) is a membership-based industry organization founded in 2008 to support Georgia’s manufacturing community. GMA provides monthly plant tours, educational sessions, tradeshows, and unique networking opportunities designed to help make profitable business connections for its members. The Georgia Manufacturing Directory, Georgia Manufacturing Summit, and Georgia Manufacturing Calendar are additional resources produced by GMA. To learn more about the organization, membership, and upcoming events, please call 770-338-0051 or visit their website http://www.GeorgiaManufacturingAlliance.com .

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