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The builder of popular video game Streets of Rogue self-funded the project, which went on to sell 1 million copies. Then his distributor approached him about buying the IP.
Centering on the grooming needs of underserved Black men, the Fresh Heritage founders believed they had to sell to a buyer that really understood and respected their mission.
This founder fell in love with an app — so he bought it and grew it into over $1 million in annual revenue. Six years later, it landed him a 7-figure exit.
This bootstrapped founder did the opposite of big brands in his space. It landed him a 7-figure exit to marketing heavyweight Semrush.
Leaning on diverse co-founder skills and influencer marketing, affiliate marketing SaaS LeadDyno sold to private equity firm SureSwift Capital.
Due diligence firm Centurica had hit its capacity when a competitor in its industry made an offer. Its founder had to navigate that complexity in the sale process.
Founder Amira Valliani built Glow to support podcasters who wanted to grow their business. Two years later, she sold the platform to podcasting giant Libsyn.
These founders had an offer to sell what had been a failing company just months before — but they held out, put their heads down and grew their valuation to a mid-7 figure sale.