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First Landings founder Danny Vivier created a niche in the baby products market while working a full-time job. Three years later, he landed a deal with an Amazon aggregator.
Content expert Julia McCoy turned her passion into an agency with over 100 contractors and 5,000 customers. A decade later, McCoy decided to sell. Here’s what happened.
“I have seen so many women close their businesses down lately,” Christina Scalera said. “I just wish more people, especially women, knew that there was an alternative option.”
How much of this $3.25 million deal was paid up front vs. how much was paid in stock? Here’s the breakdown, plus who bought the company.
Less than six months after acquisition, the cannabis lifestyle brand Sackville & Co. faced dissolution. But its two founders fought back.
Brett Farmiloe started offering SEO services to businesses as a freelancer. As its name recognition grew, Markitors expanded — and eventually sold to another agency.
Christina Nicholson created a podcast database to help her PR agency but decided to sell after realizing her heart wasn’t in it.
Bjork Ostrom started making software tools for bloggers after his wife Lindsay’s food blog took off. But along the way, their company has parted ways with a few of them.
This teacher subscription box company sent 1,000+ boxes out each month and generated an annual 6-figure profit — but the founder struggled to find the right buyer.
Looking for non-dilutive funding for your startup? Here’s a massive list of grants for entrepreneurs and small business grants, including business grants for women.
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