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It took a few tries. They made many mistakes. But eventually, these two entrepreneurs found success with two social media platforms that help people build their brands.
Many entrepreneurs believe marketing is an essential ingredient for success. But this computer scientist took a different approach, and landed hundreds of customers.
Four founders came together to build Venio Systems, an e-discovery platform for law firms. Ten years later, they weren’t all convinced it was time to sell.
This demand generation and marketing agency was growing steadily when founder Brandon Pindulic began to think about exiting. Here’s how the deal came together.
Caitlin Pyle’s “weekend project” teaching others how to proofread documents turned into a training hub packed with courses and e-books. But as the business grew, her passions evolved.
While local news is generally in decline across America, several newsletter-first local news outlets are seeing growth—and they’re on the hunt for acquisition opportunities.
Dan Cooperstock gave his product away to non-profits for years before turning it into a profitable company. “I was very aware that I was running what’s called a lifestyle business,” he said.
Selling a company requires a lot of energy. The best time to sell is when you still have the motivation to navigate the process and maximize the value of what you’ve built.
David Niu created TINYpulse after getting burned out by his previous startups. During the pandemic, its employee surveys became critical for large companies trying to retain workers.
These founders turned their passion for tutoring into a marketplace that eventually brought in more than $80,000 in monthly revenue.
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