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In less than two years, MarketFly’s founders launched their business as an agency, pivoted to become a SaaS firm, and accepted a 6-figure offer.
Brian Casel built ProcessKit to document SOPs and automate delegation. Three years later, he was ready to sell — and the exit only took five days.
These founders were using Intercom to provide customer support, and wanted a way to turn the chats into actionable data points that could inform their business strategy.
Podcast creation company Auxbus sold to podcast platform Lisbyn for “nearly 7 figures” after founder Dan Radin identified and pitched potential buyers.
These five founders met in college and continued to run the company as a side project after graduation, selling seven years later.
Data analytics company Webtrekk built a solid customer base in German-speaking countries, making it attractive to a buyer eyeing European and global expansion.
Danny Postma’s Headlime saw “explosive” growth after being featured in TechCrunch, which prompted buyers to inquire about an acquisition.
Tyler Tringas grew his ecommerce SaaS product Storemapper to more than $216,000 in annual revenue before selling it to investment firm Sureswift Capital.