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  • Looking to Buy an Online Subscription Business with $500,000+ Annual Revenues

    We seek to acquire an established profitable web-based subscription business. BUSINESS ACQUISITION CRITERIA: – Business must be 100% web-based. That is, it must produce all its revenues via e-commerce or online advertising. – Business must be at least 5 years old – Business must produce a minimum of $500,000 in annual revenues – Business priced […]

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  • Sell Your Game Website making over $250,000 Annual Revenues

    Sell Your Game Website that is making over $250,000 Annual Revenues. A client of our brokerage division is looking to buy game websites which make over $250,000 in revenue per year. The website must have at least 2 years of financials. We brokered the sale of large game websites to this client before. These buyers are […]

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  • Looking to Invest $1,000,000 in Buy/Sell Business Web-Based Platform

    Kris Tabetando, principal of VMG, is looking to invest $1,000,000 to acquire a web-based business that is involved in helping business owners buy & sell businesses or raise capital. Examples of such businesses include businesses-for-sale online marketplaces, news websites, information websites, paid/unpaid subscription websites, portals, forums, or blogs related to buying & selling businesses or raising capital. All […]

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  • Structuring Earnouts in Technology Mergers & Acquisitions Deals

    WHAT IS AN EARNOUT? In technology mergers or acquisitions, an earnout refers to a deal structure in which the buyer pays part of the purchase price of the tech company post-closing if the seller achieves certain goals. These goals may be financial or operational targets. As the name earnout indicates, the seller must “earn” a portion of the […]

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  • 5 Types of Mergers and Acquisitions Transactions

    There are essentially 5 types of mergers and acquisition. Once the appropriate type of M&A is selected, there are virtually an infinite number of ways that the specific deal can be structured. The specific deal structure will be determined by the financial, strategic, and tax objectives of the buyer and seller. 1. Asset Purchase Simplest […]

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  • How to Assess Synergies in a Mergers and Acquisitions Transaction

    The reason for doing any merger or acquisition should be simple. Don’t complicate the basic idea. You don’t need a complex idea to justify your M&A transaction. Keep it simple. Many buyers try to over-complicate the strategy behind an M&A deal because they believe they have to be abnormally clever to be successful. Yes, many businesses […]

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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Asset Sale versus Stock Sale

    Every business is unique. Therefore, every merger or acquisition transaction between any 2 or more businesses will inevitably be unique. There are a myriad of ways that any M&A deal can be structured. However, the ultimate objective is simple: To structure a deal that satisfies the objectives of the buyer and seller in a transaction. Of course, […]

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  • Checklist for Performing Business Due Diligence of a Technology Business

    This piece follows the article on the important legal due diligence process you must perform when you intend to acquire a technology company. You can read the preceding article here: Checklist for Performing Legal Due Diligence of a Technology Business. So you’re looking to acquire a technology company. You’ve looked at a number of prospects, identified a suitable candidate, and […]

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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Reverse Mergers of Technology Companies

    A reverse merger is a process in which a privately-held company can go public without the high expense and complexities of a traditional initial public offering (IPO). In a reverse merger, a private company merges with a publicly-listed company. The publicly-traded entity is sometimes a business that failed. Or it may have been formed as a “blind pool company” […]

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  • Checklist for Performing Legal Due Diligence of a Technology Business

    So you’re looking to acquire a technology company. You’ve looked at dozens of prospects, identified a suitable candidate, and both the buyer and seller have executed a letter of intent. Now we get to the due diligence phase. This involves a thorough legal, financial, and strategic review of the company. Due diligence is absolutely essential and […]

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