Barter: The Overlooked Hero of the Economy

Barter: The Overlooked Hero of the Economy

Jun 7, 2020

Businesses are struggling during this economic crisis. Production capacities are decreasing, and current stock is not selling, causing liquidity problems for local companies. Throughout history, barter has been a very important tool to help people feed their families and ensure the survival of their business during economic downturns. Mesopotamia tribes were likely the starting point of the bartering system back in 6000 BC. They utilized the b...

Sustaining your business as our economy comes to a halt due to Covid-19

Sustaining your business as our economy comes to a halt due to Covid-19

Mar 23, 2020 by Warren Sager

Cash is king. During this unprecedented time, we as small business owners, need to do everything in our power to protect our businesses and take care of our families. One of the best ways to ensure your business survives is to protect your cash. In tough times, cash is king. Credit will be tightened during a recession so cutting expenses and improving cash flow should be a business owner’s focus. There are four fundamental ways that y...

Recap of Today's Conference Call with President Trump, Senior Whitehouse Staff and the SBA

Recap of Today's Conference Call with President Trump, Senior Whitehouse Staff and the SBA

Mar 20, 2020

Moxey participated in several conference calls today with the US Chamber of Commerce, the SBA, the Whitehouse and other government leaders in regards to the ongoing economic crisis caused by the Coronavirus. We have over 4,000 business members and we're doing everything that we can to help you stay informed. This is a recap of what we learned today: The administration is making it easier for impacted small businesses to apply for an econo...

Helping in Times of Need

Helping in Times of Need

Mar 6, 2020

This is a note that we sent to Moxey ambassadors and Moxey community leaders to better prepare them for potential impacts from the coronavirus. Yesterday Sequoia Capital called the coronavirus a black swan event. They noted, that while some businesses would benefit, most are at risk for a drop in business activity, supply chain disruptions, and curtailment of travel and canceled meetings. In many parts of the world, we are already seeing th...
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