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The hard way to sell your startup

The hard way to sell your startup

Preparing and search

  • 1. Hire an investment banker or broker (2 months)
  • 2. Build a data room (1 month)
  • 3. Buyer Outreach (2 months)

Presentation

  • 1. The Dog and Pony Show (2 months)
  • 2. Term Sheets + Negotiation (1 month)
  • 3. Due Diligence (2 months)
  • 4. Haggling + Renegotiation (1 month)

Result

  • ❌ (80%) deals declines? (1–2 months)
  • ✅ (20%) Closing? (1–2 months)

Sell in 3 simple steps

1 - Set up your account

Enter the important information buyers will use to review your startup:

  • Company name (always private)
  • Website URL
  • What you do and why you’re selling
  • Asking price
  • Growth forecast
  • Financing or funding
  • Team
  • Pitch deck

2 - Respond to private requests

Interested buyers will contact you further information, so prove your startup will deliver on its promise. Expect to provide readily available data such as MRR, churn, web analytics, number of customers, LTV, CAC, and more.

  • Absolutely private requests
  • Easily access to personal information

“If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late.”

Reid Hoffman

Reid Hoffman

LinkedIn Co-Founder and Venture Capitalist

3 - Meet potential buyers

Once you’ve exchanged data, finalized negotiations, and you and the buyer are happy, expect a letter of intent within 30 days. That’s it! You’ve sold your startup and can move on to your next adventure.

  • Company name (always private)
  • What you do and why you’re selling

“You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing and falling over.”

Richard Branson

Richard Branson

Virgin Group Founder

“Becoming too attached to your business hinders your career. Nothing burns through capital like overoptimism, and it blinds you to the potential benefits of a sale. Acquisition is a sign of success, after all, and a vital stepping stone to bigger and better things.”

Andrew Gazdecki

Andrew Gazdecki

Founder of MicroAcquire

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