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Find your new eCommerce Business with Dragonflip

Are you looking to acquire an e-commerce business? Then Dragonflip is the right place for you.

With us, you will be introduced to new exciting deals every week, which you will find exclusively on Dragonflip.

Once you find an exciting opportunity, we will provide you with comprehensive information about the company that will give you a clear understanding of the business operations, growth potential, and financial performance.

When you work with Dragonflip, you can be assured that the process is well organized, that the information about the company is transparent and that you have someone to guide you through the process to a successful closing.

Dragonflip can help you find the right company and complete the acquisition efficiently.

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The Buying Process

  1. NDA: You sign a confidentiality agreement and verify your identity.

  2. Review: In the data room, you have the opportunity to review all existing documents.

  3. Broker-buyer meeting: In case of closer interest, a phone call between the responsible M&A advisor and the buyer takes place to discuss initial questions regarding the transaction.

  4. Buyer-Seller Conference: A conference between buyer and seller is coordinated and led by the M&A advisor.

  5. Presentation of offers: Subsequently, offers to purchase the company can be submitted as a Letter of Intent (LOI). Dragonflip can provide a template for the LOI upon request.

  6. Letter of Intent: Once the offer is accepted, both parties sign an LOI.

  7. Due Diligence: The M&A advisor will set up a due diligence data room where the seller will provide all documents requested by the buyer.

  8. Purchase Agreement: once the due diligence is successfully completed, a purchase agreement will be drawn up.

  9. Closing: Once the purchase agreement is signed, the seller will receive the agreed payment by bank transfer, and the assets or shares of the company will be transferred to the buyer.