Non-profit trade council adds leads and locates trade partners for WorldbidRussia.com
International B2B trade exchange Worldbid.com has added a Russian partner to add to its expansion in the US, Latin America, Europe, the Caribbean, and Asia.
The new venture, WorldbidRussia.com, which includes Russian partner American-Russian Business Council (ARBC) will add textiles, construction materials, consumers goods, and industrial chemicals to the $1 trillion in buy and sell leads presently offered on Worldbid.com.
ARBC is a non-profit organization that works with American and Russian companies to negotiate agreements, find trading partners, create joint ventures and locate direct investments. ARBC has established relationships with both the Trade Representative Office of the Russian Federation and the Russian consulate in San Francisco. The group has offices in Moscow, Vladivostok, Irkutsk, San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco with plans to open additional offices in Washington, DC, Kursk, Barnaul, and Ufa.
Alex Durmashkin, president of ARBC, said Worldbid.com’s user-friendly site, unique worldwide scope, qualified trade leads and five-star business rating system would be very attractive to its members. ”Worldbid.com will help us meet our commitment to assist our members in developing strong and profitable business relationships with Russia.”
With more than 32,000 companies worldwide registered, Worldbid.com’s Partner Program works with a country’s local population creating sites based on knowledge of local culture and economies. The interface of each site is built in the local language, including Spanish, French, Dutch, German, Italian, Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese and now Russian.
Since its launch, Worldbid.com said it has seen its traffic volume grow to more than $200 billion in posted trade leads with an average value of $2 million U.S. dollars. Services include a worldwide business directory, trade partner matching, online auctions, company showrooms, account management, and categorized trade news.