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Newsletter ad platform Swapstack grew to $25,000 monthly revenue in just three years. The co-founders share details on growth — and how their sale to beehiiv transpired.
Do founders get anything when they sell the business for little more than they raised? Here’s what those cases typically look like for founders and investors.
These entrepreneurs purchased the newsletter marketplace Duuce in 2022. Just 16 months later, they sold it for double the purchase price. Here’s how they did it.
Joe Pulizzi has been building — and selling — content marketing businesses since 2007. His most recent sale of The Tilt and CEX marks his third, and fastest, deal.
Veteran Silicon Valley reporter and TechCrunch editor Connie Loizos sold her newsletter and events business, StrictlyVC.
Lindsay Pinchuk had 130,000 email subscribers for her business, Bump Club & Beyond. But she hadn’t seriously considered selling until a buyer came knocking.
Will a buyer be impressed with your business’s clear, concise financials, or is your accounting a disorganized mess? Follow our step-by-step checklist to make sure your books are sale-ready.
When you sell your business, you want a lawyer who can advocate for you. In this conversation with M&A lawyer Andrew Ritter, we talk about when sellers should bring a lawyer into the sale process, how to think about an LOI, and more.
SparkLoop proves that not every acquisition is an exit — and that some deals can be in the making from the very start.
If you’re not clear about M&A lingo, you’ve come to the right place. This glossary highlights the terms you’ll want to understand when you go to sell your business.
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