Paying the fees for a large variety of middlemen, whether for tourism or commerce, often takes a huge cut out of total receipts. By promoting your business with Randburg you can, in many cases, avoid middlemen and thus get a higher return for your service or reduce your purchasing costs, as the case may be.
When tourists make reservations at a tour agency it is not uncommon that the agency receives a 5%-15% fee, and in some cases the middlemen receive an even higher proportion for their services. When lodging is booked through a tour agency- or a rental car, sightseeing excursion, cruise, or ride on horseback or any other tourist service- the agency receives as much as 15% of the tourist's payment for its service. When these same tourist services are promoted with Randburg, customers can order directly from you instead of booking through a tour agency with the result that the same service yields as much as 15% more. This is the advantage of business without middlemen. Randburg thus provides those selling tourist services not only increased independence but also higher income for service.
Shops, chain stores and importers can, in the same fashion, be rid of middlemen fees and do business directly with the manufacturer by making the business known on Randburg. With a promotional page on the Randburg data bank it is possible to tell about your operations and to expect offers for a variety of product types. Since pages on Randburg are especially introduced on the Internet, experience shows that offers will come from all parts of the globe, as Randburg is searched in at least 100 countries on every single day throughout the year. Instead of ordering products through a wholesaler, for example in the U.S. or Europe and later getting a product labelled "Made in China" after paying the middleman's fee, it is possible to set up an introductory page in Randburg in Chinese and other languages. This will bring you into direct contact with the manufacturer. Making your business known on Randburg can, in many cases, result in a considerably lower purchasing price. All the world's languages are used on Randburg, as Randburg is an international data bank.
Exporters often sell their products through a middleman, who then receives a normal fee for his services. Promotion on Randburg opens the way to direct contact with the buyer and bypasses the middleman and his fee and thus results in a higher yield from sale of the product. For example, traditionally fox and mink skins are sent to the auction market where the wholesalers from Hong Kong buy a large number of the skins and then sell them to manufacturers in China. The auction market charges for its service, as does the wholesaler in Hong Kong.
Using Randburg, fur breeders have made direct contact with manufacturers in China and sold them skins directly, thus realizing a higher return. Fur breeders advertising on Randburg have not only received a higher return but have also increased their independence, and the sales price for their products is no longer dependent on the uncertainties of the auction market. Rather, it is clear in advance what price the breeder will receive for his skins.