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Want to finance your startup without the pressure of venture capital? Alternatives to VC allow founders to grow their businesses on their own terms.
After being fired from an SEO gig, Adam White was determined to improve his skills. In the process, he built a SaaS that attracted nearly 200 clients — and a purchase offer.
As the role of influencers heated up, these young entrepreneurs made it easy to connect with Gen Z. Global brands lined up, and the company brought in 8 figures of revenue by the time it sold in 2022.
This new graduate wanted to launch a SaaS but wasn’t sure which market to target. His research revealed an opportunity in SEO.
Four students with technical skills created a shopping browser extension that sold for millions less than two years later. Here’s how it happened.
After years as a generalist WordPress agency, 93digital tightened its focus to B2B and SaaS clients. The move led to new opportunities, more revenue — and an acquisition.
These founders focused on a niche within human resources: how to collect employee feedback and pull out actionable insights. They sold to another HR platform business.
Why did executive job search site Ladders sells its newsletter to Industry Dive in September 2021? We explain the value of those 2.2 million subscribers, and why selling that list was a sign of a strategic pivot.
Australian tech founder Samee Hassan wanted to dive into the process of selling a company. That desire led him to list his SaaS, InstaCap, on a marketplace and learn firsthand.
Shaan Puri and Ben Levy created Milk Road to distill the world of cryptocurrency into a fun daily newsletter. Word of mouth helped them grow—and meet a buyer.
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