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Travis Campbell built his drop-shipping business, Energy eBikes, during pandemic lockdowns. Just one year later, he sold it for mid-6 figures.
UNO Magazine was about to go under when entrepreneur couple Jenny Rudd and Mathew Tomlinson purchased it. The two turned it around with a strong focus on processes.
Former DJ Mischa Sigtermans stumbled into web design, then built his one-person agency to $10,000 MRR. His buyer wanted to broaden their client base.
Three founders niched down on this hot topic as a side project right after the pandemic began. They focused on SEO for growth, and sold two years later.
After operating Phoros Nutrition for three years as a solo founder, Marcel Salapa sold his protein pancake mix business to a fitness coaching company.
While most community publications either fold or are acquired by media conglomerates, The Coast managed to find a buyer that was also invested in providing quality local journalism.
This bootstrapped, solo venture went from side hustle to 6-figure acquisition in under 5 years.
Marco Santonocito launched his test-prep company Ammesso.it as a side project. Interest exploded after the pandemic sparked a transition to online learning.