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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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  • Internet Investors Group is looking to acquire profitable established Internet businesses

    Since 2007, our founder has provided mergers & acquisitions (M&A) advisory and brokerage services to web-based or Internet businesses at an investment banking firm. A few case studies are presented here. Internet Investors Group brings together investors and partners looking to acquire and manage profitable established web-based or Internet businesses. We are active managers and investors […]

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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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  • We Closed $1,000,000 Funding for $10M Online Furniture Retailer

    We secured $1,000,000 funding for a $10M-revenue online furniture retailer based in California. The owner was seeking growth capital to fund the expansion of this 16-year-old business. The investor’s team and the business owner were very happy with the deal that officially closed today. Are you a business owner seeking financing for your software or Internet business with over $5M […]

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • History of Internet Mergers & Acquisitions: At Home Corporation acquired Excite Inc. for $6.7 billion in 1999

    Let’s take a walk down memory lane to see how far Internet mergers & acquisitions deals have come. We can learn a great deal from the past because history will repeat itself. I think the most effective way to explore this subject would be to review some of the top Internet deals during the height of the Internet Gold Rush between […]

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  • Revenue-Based Financing Solutions for Technology Companies

    WHAT IS REVENUE-BASED FINANCING? Revenue-based financing (RBF), also known as royalty-based financing, is a unique form of financing provided by RBF investors to small- to mid-sized businesses in exchange for an agreed-upon percentage of a business’ gross revenues. The capital provider receives monthly payments until his invested capital is repaid, along with a multiple of that […]

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