Started in 2008, this birdhouse ecommerce business has thousands of happy customers and about 40% net margins. The owner built this business with love and has given her heart and soul to it.
In the trailing 12 months, revenue is $413K and SDE is $171K. Although they have thousands of happy customers, user-generated content has not been highlighted on the website—a clear opportunity for a new owner for increased social proof and higher conversion rates. The unique products could lead to a large social media presence and virality.
Growth opportunities include increasing paid marketing (they are currently only spending $60–$100 per month on Google PPC), reactivating Amazon listings, shopping cart abandonment emails, email marketing, a social media presence, and launching their own branded line of products.
This business does not use a 3PL currently and products are fulfilled from the seller’s home. Of the current 950 SKUs, there is a large quantity of inventory that could be drop-shipped from suppliers if a new owner wanted.
For the past 15 years, the owner, who has a passion for the outdoors, has put her whole life into this business. She works 20–25 hours per week, with the bulk of the hours tied to fulfilling orders.
**This business is SBA financeable. Term sheets are included in the package.
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Ryan Condie has started 8 businesses, bought 4, and sold 2. He owns a lead generation software company, an FBA business, and is the host of the “Let’s Buy a Business” podcast.
In 2014, he started a candy factory from scratch which can now be found in Sam’s Club, Walgreens, and thousands of other stores.
Ryan also spent 8 years in software sales at several tech unicorns but his passion lies with online businesses and helping sellers achieve life-changing events through their business exits.
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