Established in 2002, Acquisitions Direct has more than 20 years of expertise in M&A selling eCommerce businesses, hybrid ventures, and established eCommerce brands. We’ve successfully sold hundreds of eCommerce Businesses and Amazon FBA brands, ranging from $250k to over $30 million. We believe in maintaining a boutique approach, handling only 12-18 high-quality eCommerce business listings at a time. Our unique boutique approach sets us apart from the competition, bringing unmatched value to the process and ensuring personalized attention for each eCommerce business owner.

Why Choose Us

  • 90% Close Rate Since Inception
  • We Are 100% Performance Based!
  • The Oldest Running eCommerce M&A Firm
  • Hundreds of eCommerce Business Sold
  • Unique Boutique Approach to Selling eCommerce Businesses

How Much is Your eCommerce Business Worth?

    Our Sales Process

    Throughout the valuation process, we conduct a thorough examination of your financials, market positioning, and future growth potential. This analysis enables us to provide you with a precise and comprehensive valuation, reflecting the true market value of your business.

    We require that all Sellers execute an exclusive listing agreement which authorizes Acquisitions Direct to use its best efforts to market and to identify prospective buyers for your business. We will assist you with all aspects of the sale of your business and advise on selling price, terms, conditions of sale and structure of the transaction.

    We will prepare and package the business for marketing. A professional sales presentation is developed to support the marketing efforts of our Acquisitions Direct team and a targeted marketing program is implemented to initiate the sales process.

    It’s best to start this process BEFORE a buyer is found.  During due diligence, the buyer will want to take a complete look under the hood of your operations and perform a deep analysis of your financials before sealing the deal on their potential investment.  Have these areas completely documented and organized to help ensure a smooth due diligence process and prevent any missteps in front of the prospective buyer.

    We identify potential buyers through our customized marketing program and established relationships with prequalified candidates in our database. To ensure suitability, we conduct interviews with all prospective buyers. If they meet the criteria, we arrange a conference call between you, the Seller, and the buyer, providing you with the opportunity to provide a more detailed description of your online business.

    When a buyer expresses interest in your business, we will obtain a Letter of Intent (LOI) and/or Offer to Purchase (OTP) from the buyer. We’ll then present this Letter of Intent (LOI) and/or Offer to Purchase (OTP) to you for your review and consideration.

    Time to shine! During due diligence, the potential buyer assesses your business operations, scrutinizes your financials, and can ask open-ended questions about all aspects of your business. Preparing these documents in advance will streamline the process, and we’ll be there every step of the way helping you through the due diligence process.

    The buyer’s attorney will put together the Asset Purchase Agreement (APA).  This outlines the terms of the asset acquisition, including asset details, purchase price, payment terms, representations, warranties, covenants, and specific conditions. The buyer and sellers’ attorney will work closely so the APA safeguards both parties’ interests, fostering a transparent and legally sound asset transfer. The APA acts as a reference point for the entire transaction, defining rights, obligations, and post-sale commitments.

    Once the sale is ready to be finalized, we will coordinate with all the parties involved with the closing. The business is then legally transferred to the new owner(s). A transition period is usually established to allow the new business owner to get acquainted with the daily procedures and get all operations established.

    You did it! Your business is sold.  During the first few weeks after closing, transitional support is often offered to help the new owner feel comfortable with the operation.  This may include on-site training or could be as simple as a weekly conference call. The length of time designated for transitional support is decided and agreed upon prior to the closing.

    What Our Client’s Say

    Before working with Acquisitions Direct, we had never sold an eCommerce business. After completing the free evaluation, we hired Acquisitions Direct to sell our eCommerce business. Bob from Acquisitions Direct quickly presented several qualified buyers and helped us choose the best fit. He helped both my company and the buyer work through some struggles to get to closing. We strongly recommend Bob from Acquisitions Direct to anyone looking to sell their eCommerce business.

    Sam L, Phoenix, AZ

    Working with Acquisitions Direct was a great experience. Bob kept the sale moving forward quickly and provided daily updates on progress. Buying a business is a difficult step and Bob was there to guide us through from start to finish. It truly was a pleasure working with the brokerage team at Acquisitions Direct.

    Jennifer M, Colorado Springs, CO

    Acquisitions Direct did an excellent job of guiding me through the sale of my business, keeping me accountable and following up on action items. The sale of my business went as smooth as any transaction I have been involved in the past. I highly recommend Acquisitions Direct Broker services!

    Cassy, Y, Jacksonville, FL