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The builder of popular video game Streets of Rogue self-funded the project, which went on to sell 1 million copies. Then his distributor approached him about buying the IP.
Not sure how to go about selling your business? Here are four common ways sellers find high-quality buyers, plus examples of companies that went each route.
Centering on the grooming needs of underserved Black men, the Fresh Heritage founders believed they had to sell to a buyer that really understood and respected their mission.
Social media agency founder Jodie Cook sold her company for 7 figures — then discovered some unexpected side effects. Here’s what she wishes she knew before her exit.
Fathom’s founder jumped at the opportunity to be acquired by marketing group Low&Behold. The deal merged five marketing and design companies to form a ‘super agency.’
Travis Campbell built his drop-shipping business, Energy eBikes, during pandemic lockdowns. Just one year later, he sold it for mid-6 figures.
This founder fell in love with an app — so he bought it and grew it into over $1 million in annual revenue. Six years later, it landed him a 7-figure exit.
UNO Magazine was about to go under when entrepreneur couple Jenny Rudd and Mathew Tomlinson purchased it. The two turned it around with a strong focus on processes.
Founder Chris Coyier ran CSS-Tricks for 15 years before capitalizing on search traffic to sell to a cloud computing platform company that wanted access to the audience.
Former DJ Mischa Sigtermans stumbled into web design, then built his one-person agency to $10,000 MRR. His buyer wanted to broaden their client base.
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