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How making a boring topic fun led to big business — and a 7-figure sale to the company’s employees.
Jacqui Boland founded Red Tricycle while pregnant with her first child. Ten years later, after raising venture capital, she sold it to a parenting platform.
This entrepreneur says you don’t have to be passionate about your business. Here’s what he suggests instead, and how he built Vicky Virtual Receptionists to an exit.
These five founders met in college and continued to run the company as a side project after graduation, selling seven years later.
This is the story of how Anna Maste and Marianne Edwards, a mother-daughter duo, bootstrapped and sold a membership site for RVers called Boondockers Welcome.
Danny Postma’s Headlime saw “explosive” growth after being featured in TechCrunch, which prompted buyers to inquire about an acquisition.
Is there a right time to sell your business? This was what Jon Hainstock and his co-founder, Ben Bartling, had to figure out when they were planning their exit from ZoomShift.
For this analytics startup, a deal falling through was not the end of the road.