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The Exit - Presented By Flippa: A 30-minute podcast featuring expert entrepreneurs who have been there and done it. The Exit talks to operators who have bought and sold a business. You’ll learn how they did it, why they did it, and get exposure to the world of exits, a world occupied by a small few, but accessible to many. To listen to the podcast or get daily listing updates, click on https://flippa.com/the-exit-podcast/
 
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Today we’re talking with Stacy Caprio, owner of Her.CEO. Coming from an average 9-5 job in the marketing industry, Stacy always was looking for ways to branch out on her own and become her own boss with power over her earnings and schedule. She dabbled in starting a few affiliate sites which never really left the ground. It was only after reading a…
 
Blake Hutchinson, CEO of Flippa, announces $11m raised in Series A funding for Flippa led by Sydney-based venture capital firm OneVentures. In this episode of The Exit, Blake discusses how this funding will impact the growth of the company and how Flippa’s mission to help millions of small business owners and entrepreneurs find a pathway to exit wi…
 
Ron Gula is the president of Gula Tech Adventures, a company that focuses on cyber technology, cyber policy, and recruiting more people to the cyber workforce. When Ron didn’t get into flight school, he used his free time to focus on computers and started working in the early beginnings of cybersecurity in the mid 90’s. In NSA, he worked with one o…
 
Ramon Ray is the founder of smarthustle.com, a company that inspires and educates small business owners to start and grow successful companies. Through conversations with mutual friends, Ray sold his business, SmallBizTechnology.com where he educated small business owners about the power of technology, and an event speaking business called Small Bu…
 
When Don was 18, his parents told him, “you don’t know what it means to run a business. Go get a civil servant job.” Regardless, he went on to start a successful financial planning company and formed the New York Association of Mortgage Brokers and National Association of Mortgage Brokers. After becoming the president of each organization, he decid…
 
Today we’re talking with Minnie Ingersoll, a partner at TenOneTen ventures and host of the LA Venture podcast. Minnie never thought about becoming an entrepreneur, and it wasn’t until she was getting cabin fever staying home on maternity leave that she stumbled into an opportunity. She left a twelve-year career at Google to start her first company,…
 
Joseph Fung is the CEO of Uvaro, a company that offers training to help people change careers and dive into the tech industry. From a young age, he watched his parents run their own business and knew he wanted to help others do the same. With extensive experience and knowledge with starting, scaling, and selling a business, Joseph has invaluable in…
 
From photographer to founder of Chellete Enterprises, Béate can appreciate the creativity of working behind a lens and running a company. The golden rule? Have systems and processes in place, a lucrative team, and people you can trust. In this segment, we hear from a successful business seller about her experience working with high-profile clients …
 
For Gabby, what started off as curiosity led to innovation and problem-solving. With an acute attention to detail and a vision-driven mindset, this Venezuelan-born entrepreneur invented an electronic billing solution for law firms and founded the #1 global legal timekeeping solution, later selling the businesses to Fortune 500 companies. In this ep…
 
Call it luck or good fortune, but Stephanie Breedlove’s story is one that illustrates how life can lead you to unexpected paths. For the talented entrepreneur, what started off as a career in corporate America led to an idea for an in-home care company called Breedlove & Associates, which was later sold to care.com. This episode dives into the mind…
 
As the CEO of Exit Oasis, Mike Finger has helped countless people sell their businesses with cutting-edge exit strategies and methodologies acquired over the years. In this episode, Mike gives us insight on the questions to ask when selling a business, the “3Ds of selling”, and the two-stepped process for a seamless exit--The Exit - Presented By Fl…
 
When a manager at a consumer goods facility doubted Pokin’s ability to grow within the company, she used this as motivation to start several businesses in the website and app industries. Yeung has notably won the Amazon’s Music Education App award for her music learning app and has sold her online businesses successfully. In this episode of The Exi…
 
Imagine selling a company, buying it back, and selling it again. Pam did just that. As a co-founder, Pam and her husband created prAna, an active wear company that sells sustainable clothing for the outdoors. This podcast segment follows the journey to ultimate acquisition by Columbia Sportswear, what this process meant to the co-founder, and the m…
 
How do you know when to sell? For Jeremy, acquiring Josh’s Amazon FBA store was an easy decision that took two months of due diligence. For Josh, understanding the potential growth of his business made his decision to sell to Elevate Brands worth it. If you ever wondered when to take that leap of faith to sell your business, this podcast segment of…
 
Today we’re talking with Anu Shukla, co-founder and chairman of Botco, a marketing chat solution between providers and consumers. Anu has had many successful startups and exits including from Offerpal Media, Mybuys, and Rubric. She knows how to prepare for an exit, when to prepare, and what to prepare. She’s involved in many projects including Elev…
 
Today we’re talking with Lara Morgan, investor of everything health and well-being. From selling cigarettes at boarding school to supplying 110 countries with hotel amenities, Lara had business in her blood. She would start her first company at 23, build it for seventeen years, and ultimately have a successful exit. She shares her process and what …
 
Today we’re talking to Melissa Kwan, co-founder and CEO of eWebinar, a company that takes any video and turns it into an interactive, automated webinar. Having always been in sales, Melissa found herself working in real estate right out of university. Ten years ago she found herself starting her first real estate tech company. Four years later she …
 
Today we’re talking to Neil Wainright, Founder and CEO of Up Habit, a personal CRM app that helps you build stronger relationships. Being on his 8th startup, he’s had many successful exits. Neil went from electrical engineer to successful entrepreneur. He shares what has helped him to start, run, and sell a business. --The Exit - Presented By Flipp…
 
Today we’re talking with Paulo Gomes, a business owner in the healthcare industry. As someone who has started and sold multiple businesses, he discusses starting, operating, and selling a business. He also discusses how sometimes a partnership is the best route and why. He shares what he’s learned throughout his career and what he wishes he would’v…
 
Today we’re talking with Corbett Barr, co-founder and CEO of Fizzle, a company that helps entrepreneurs to grow an audience and get paid for their work as an independent creator. Corbett’s first dive into owning a business wasn’t the best experience but it taught him a lot. Rebounding from that with a fun business experience, Corbett created, ran, …
 
Today we’re talking with Kate Nowlan, co-founder of women's athletic apparel company Graced By Grit. Kate always had the traits of an entrepreneur, always finding ways to improve things, always with a side hustle, but she didn’t consider herself an entrepreneur until she started Grace By Grit. She goes over how the company came about, how they met …
 
Today we’re talking to Theresa Fette, the co-founder and CEO of Digital Trust, the world’s first, largest, and most secure cryptocurrency IRA platform. With beginnings as a tax attorney, Theresa has a unique perspective on buying and selling businesses. Not only has she sold a few of her own, but she’s helped many others in the sale process. Theres…
 
Today we’re talking with Jason Flick, former co-founder and CEO of You.i TV. As a successful serial entrepreneur he has a lot of knowledge to share. Going from the corporate world to his first startup, Jason found some early success. As the space evolved he had to as well, and with the iPhone transforming the space he knew he needed to be a part of…
 
Today we’re talking to Harsh Patel, co-founder and CEO of MakerSquare. Harsh taught himself to code in his free time and then started his own coding boot camp with a friend. The company then went through multiple exits over the years, growing and growing. Some offers came to them and some offers were sought out. Some acquisitions were easy while ot…
 
Today we’re talking to John Warrilow, founder of Value Builder and author of The Art of Selling Your Business. John’s newest book teaches entrepreneurs tactics to make the most of their business sales and how to avoid predatory offers. He also wrote Built to Sell about ten years ago and had such interest in the principles described within that he s…
 
Ryan Condie has done it all. He has built, scaled, bought, and sold businesses. Through his vast experience, Ryan learned that acquiring and operating businesses is a much quicker pathway to success than starting a business from scratch. Along with host Steve McGarry, Ryan discusses how to find what business model can work best for you, what both b…
 
In this episode of the Website Investing podcast, Avi talks about expired domains with Adam Smith of Niche Website Builders. They cover how to acquire expired domains, how to efficiently build websites with them, and why to use expired domains. They also discuss the different steps and principles used by Niche Website Builders to build these websit…
 
Today we speak to Chris Bell, CEO and Founder of Perch, a technology-enabled consumer products company that acquires and operates Amazon FBA businesses. Chris has dabbled in sales of office hardware and software at GE Healthcare, worked with fortune 500 companies on growth strategy at Bain & Company, and designed and built the Wayfair Delivery Netw…
 
Today we talk to Riana Lynn, Founder and CEO of Journey Foods. From her time working as a tech advisor on CNBC’s The Profit to her days as an ‘entrepreneur in residence’ at Google, to starting a juice company to running a logistics supply train transparency tool for the food industry, she has led quite an exciting career, filled with acquisitions a…
 
David Phillips successfully exited a business that had raised $120m in capital. Then he successfully exited a bootstrapped business for $18m. And then, he actually failed, forcing a pivot into his third and current business - Fondo, a company that aids startups in bookkeeping and taxes. After this roller coaster ride, and as an angel investor in 25…
 
James Camp buys and flips websites to the tune of $1.1 million in a year. From smelting down scrap gold as a teenager and writing about it on a basic blog, to strategy consulting from across the seas, James has always had an entrepreneurial spirit. James built up a successful strategy consulting firm and was lucky enough to sell to the right buyer …
 
In his mid 20’s, Sam Marks put on a fake British accent and grew his eCigarette company to a $100m valuation all while living out of his car. Ultimately selling that business to a major tobacco company, Lorillard, Sam applies the lessons that he learned during those days of grinding to his two current startups, dozens of investments, and his podcas…
 
Josh Dziabiak founded his first business before he even had a driver’s license. After multiple successful exits and stepping aside from his most recent business and their $100m annual run rate - insurance comparison site, Zebra.com - he’s back in the driver’s seat as the founder of his 5th startup - Gawq, a news aggregation app. --The Exit - Presen…
 
Lisa Carmen Wang was an olympic level gymnast whose lessons on the balance beam prepared her for life as a serial entrepreneur. Lisa founded SheWorx, a prominent global platform and event series empowering female entrepreneurs, which was acquired in 2019 by Republic. She now serves as the host of 2 podcasts, including the Confident Investor. Lisa h…
 
In this episode, we meet serial entrepreneur Katie May. Following her success as CMO at Seek, Katie founded Kidspot - a parenting advice business born from a real pain point that Katie witnessed as a new mom herself. Our conversation follows Katie’s success as Kidspot is acquired by Newscorp and Katie becomes CEO at Shipping Easy, leading yet anoth…
 
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