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Eye Love’s husband-and-wife team turned passion into profit by helping the world see — and sold their business in a 7-figure deal that keeps the mission moving.
This founder started Pets Are Kids Too with $3,000 he put on a credit card, built a strong brand through charity work, then sold in three years for a 7-figure payday.
He started by listing foot masks on Amazon. When they sold out, Adi Gullia saw an opportunity in skincare. He launched Grace & Stella, which earned $85M+ in lifetime revenue.
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.
“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.”
Less than six months after acquisition, the cannabis lifestyle brand Sackville & Co. faced dissolution. But its two founders fought back.
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.
Takeaways and insights from our E-Commerce Deals Report