Accessing finance to buy an online business can be a tricky area. It is essential to evaluate all potential sources of funding. While some investors do have cash readily at hand and are just looking for an investment with profitable returns, most buyers certainly have the energy, enthusiasm and ideas to invest but fall well short of having the total funds required.
DogBizPro is a fantastic online software application for dog trainers and other dog business professionals. This SaaS business recently sold on Flippa for $210,000.
This week, we spoke with Justin Clarke the founder of RomperJack. RomperJack sells romper suits for men and the business was established after Justin discovered an opportunity and niche market via a Kickstarter campaign. Since then, RomperJack has hustled...
Over the last month, we have changed the definitions of an asset and business on our website. Here we will explain the changes and showcase Flippa’s updated and more detailed pricing model, which outlines exactly what each service has to offer.
We spoke with seller & founder Asha Martin who started a funeral products business and was inundated with requests for urns and cremation jewellery, seizing a gap in the market. Read about her eCommerce business that’s bringing in more than $38k in profits per month.
They followed a Kickstarter campaign and beat the competition at their own game. Romerjack is a unique men’s fashion business that has hustled and exceeded all expectations, with annual revenues of $594,000.
There is little understanding of sound valuation principles and buyers are wary of what they see as pricing based on an arbitrary multiple of net profit. The outcome is that too often an enthusiastic and highly motivated buyer fails to follow through with a final purchase because of the understandable anxiety about paying more than the business is worth.
Many potential buyers ask themselves this question when they are considering the seemingly high cost of an online business purchase. The average monthly net profit multiple is affected by many different factors, but as a general guide the purchase price is...
People are now watching 100 million hours of video content on Facebook on a daily basis while 10 billion videos are viewed daily on Snapchat. It does not come as a surprise that more brands are beginning to produce videos because 73% of marketers believe that video impacts ROI.
Why Seller Financing might make sense for you when selling your businessMany buyers of businesses are looking to invest in businesses which they can afford to purchase outright, even if this involves short-term Earn-out agreements, which typically are not...