Sam found a buyer for his startup (Alignr) on Acquire.com in late 2022 after listing it for only three to four months on the marketplace. Sam is a serial entrepreneur ...

Imagine you’re reviewing the books at the end of the month only to see a devastating number of lost customers and contracts. What happened? How can you replace that lost ...

If you’re like most founders, you’ve likely invested countless hours of your time and effort into your startup. But sometimes, your blood, sweat, and tears aren’t enough to keep your ...

Learning how to value your online business can feel exhausting. With so many valuation methods to choose from, how do you know which is the easiest, fastest, and most appropriate ...

Being a SaaS founder isn’t easy. As well as spinning plates to keep your business growing, you have to adapt to the ever-changing SaaS industry. So let’s get the bad ...

You might think of the SaaS community as runners in a relay race. Entrepreneurs collaborate and help each other, even when competing, and occasionally pass the baton of their SaaS ...

Hey there, Andrew here, founder and CEO of Acquire.  Few things beat the joy of building a business, fewer still your first acquisition.  That feeling when the deal closes is ...

Until recently, the term “logistics startup” was almost an oxymoron. Logistics is an asset-centric business. For most of history, you couldn’t start a business in the industry without a fleet ...

You and the seller have agreed on terms and want to cement the deal. What’s next? Draft and sign an asset purchase agreement (APA) to codify the terms of your ...

What’s the number one thing stopping you from buying a business? Usually, it’s financing. Either you lack the cash in the bank or your bank won’t (or can’t) lend it ...

Hey there, Paul Kelley, VP of M&A at Acquire.com here.  I wanted to give you and other prospective first-time buyers some advice before you dive into a deal. After you’ve ...

When you first sit down to plan your acquisition, several things can happen. Your heart may sink as you learn of the complexity of the process. Or you might worry ...