Login with StartupCollective.com:

or

Login using:

Get Mentored by the World’s
Coolest entrepreneurs

Already have an account? login here.

or

Login using:

Join BusinessCollective

Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Join BusinessCollective

Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Welcome to BusinessCollective

Check your inbox for next steps.

Get expert advice from top thought leaders, entrepreneurs & executives
Fill out the information below for access to resources curated from the coolest entrepreneurs in the world.

Author

Mark Daoust

Mark Daoust is the founder and CEO of Quiet Light Brokerage, an internet business brokerage firm advising entreprenuers on the exit of their e-commerce, SaaS, Amazon, and other web based businesses. Mark is also the author of the recently published Ultimate Guide to Website Value.

Stories by Mark Daoust:

Looking to Start an Online Business With Selling Potential? Consider These 4 Ideas

There are no guarantees in the online business world, but these popular models have a lot of potential to sell down the line.

Turning the Negatives Into Positives During a Business Pitch

It can be scary to bring up the bad stuff when pitching to an investor or trying to sell your business — but doing it the right way shows respect and new opportunities.

How to Know When to Sell Your Online Business

Don’t miss these signs that you need to sell your online business sooner rather than later.

3 Tips for Negotiating the Sale of a Company

Negotiations are important, but can be easy to master with some advice.

What Trial and Error Taught Me About My Hiring Model

Take a close look at your hiring model. Does it make sense based on the business you’re running?

What to Know Before Selling Your Business

Ask yourself these three questions in order to prepare for your big exit.

3 Topics You Should Address With Every Potential Bookkeeper

Don’t leave one of the most important aspects of your business to an amateur.