Financially Sound

ICON is a subsidiary of Omnicom (NYSE: OMC) a $14 billion global leader in advertising and marketing communications. As part of a public company, ICON is in full compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley and is audited annually by KPMG. ICON’s revenue recognition policy is in accordance with SAB 101, allowing revenue recognition as trade credit is retired. While ICON is operationally independent of Omnicom, our relationship opens unmatched access to capital reserves that allow ICON to continuously invest in capacity-driven industries such as media, travel and printing, which we then offer for trade credit redemption.

 

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    Accounting Rules

    The accounting process for barter transactions is governed by EITF 93-11, APB29 and SAB 101. Assets purchased involving corporate-barter transactions should already have been written down (if necessary) and be recorded at fair market value.
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    Transaction Examples

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    Barter Calculator

    Corporate barter can be an excellent strategic tool for pulling value out of underperforming assets. Each client situation is different, making every transaction unique. Click below to use our barter calculator and customize a transaction of your own.
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    Funding & Capacity Info

    At ICON, our business is creating possibilities. We create win-win exit strategies for under-performing sponsorships, leverage current spending to finance a sponsorship or fund a sponsorship using your own goods or services.
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