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Region: Germany

Company in the water sports sector with secured trading turnover

Revenue: 2.896.281 EUR
EBITDA: 487.632 EUR

Project DF75

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Successful E-COMMERCE BRAND OF ORGANIC FOOD

Revenue: 598.000 EUR
EBITDA: 191.000 EUR

Project DF76

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E-commerce brand for FUNCTIONAL BABY, LADIES AND SWIMWEAR

Revenue: 9.567.000 EUR
EBITDA: 1.679.000 EUR

Projekt DF77

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E-COMMERCE BRAND WITH SUSTAINABLE HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS

Revenue: 451.048 EUR
EBITDA: 107.277 EUR

Project DF78

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SUCCESSFUL FBA brand FROM THE MEN’S CARE AREA

Revenue: 704.081 EUR
EBITDA: 125.150 EUR

Project DF80

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E-commerce brand from the hobby, household and garden sector

Revenue: 1.048.681 EUR
EBITDA: 285.925 EUR

Project DF81

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Sports & gaming supplement brand with over 50% growth in YoY sales

Revenue: 892.000 EUR
EBITDA: 333.000 EUR

Project DF82

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E-commerce own brands for model making, glue and tea

Revenue: 1.789.385 EUR
EBITDA: 185.682 EUR

Project DF79

COMING SOON

Region: UK / USA

ORGANIC PERSONAL CARE BRAND

Revenue: 703,800 USD
EBITDA: 245,976 USD

Project DFUS1

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UNIQUE HOUSEHOLD FBA BRAND

Revenue: 954,568 USD
EBITDA: 431,258 USD

Project DFUS3

under offer

PLANT-BASED WELLNESS BRAND

Revenue: 671,551 EUR
EBITDA: 577,820 EUR

Project DFUS4

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The buying process

  1. NDA: The buyer signs a confidentiality agreement and verifies his identity.

  2. Review: The buyer reviews all existing documents in the data room.

  3. Initial Questions: The buyer contacts the offering broker with questions via email.

  4. Broker-Buyer Conversation: a phone call takes place between broker and buyer to discuss the entire process and get to know each other (unless you are a repeat buyer or have previously spoken with the broker in charge).

  5. Buyer-Seller Conference: a conference between buyer and seller is coordinated and conducted by the broker. A brief introduction is made at the beginning of the call, then the broker turns the call over to the buyer. This is a “get to know you” call, not a call to make offers and negotiate.

  6. Presentation of Offers: After Step 4, offers to purchase the company can be submitted in the form of a letter of intent (LOI). Dragonflip can provide a template for the LOI upon request.

  7. Letter of Intent: Once the offer is approved, both parties sign an LOI.

  8. Due Diligence: The broker will set up a due diligence data room where the seller will provide all documentation requested by the buyer. Any outside due diligence firms that are retained will be given access upon request.

  9. Purchase Agreement: Once due diligence is complete (or nearing completion), an APA or SPA is drafted. Who prepares the first draft will be discussed individually with the buyer.

  10. Closing: Once the APA or SPA is signed, the seller receives the agreed payment by bank transfer and the assets or shares of the company are transferred to the buyer.