Exit Guide for DTC Businesses [Edition 1, Q1 2023]
“The DTC exit guide is a treasure trove of knowledge that will help you unlock what is needed as you decide to exit your business. It’s not just a guide, it’s a compass.”
Dean McElwee, Director, Global eCommerce Collaboration
This guide is the premier companion for Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) entrepreneurs considering the sale of their eCommerce business. Replete with insights from successful sellers, experienced thought-leaders, and top-tier lawyers and accountants, the Exit Guide for DTC Businesses is:
Everything you need to know to exit successfully in one place.
- Jefferies Investment Bank
- Pattern Brands
- Peak 21
- Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP
- BDB Pitmans LLP
- Boosted Commerce
- Sidera Labs
- Cincy Brands
- The Hedgehog Company
- Dough Capital
- Una Brands
Plus leading eCommerce thought leaders including:
- Felipe Diz, Co-founder & CEO, zee.dog
- Paul Hanley, Co-founder, The Fortia Group (Ex-WaterWipes eCommerce)
- Dean McElwee, Director, Global eCommerce Collaboration
Topics included in The Exit Guide for DTC Brands will be:
- Acquisition Criteria from Buyers – What are buyers looking for and why.
- Exit Ready – How to prepare your DTC business
- How to prepare my financials to maximise the valuation of my business?
- What should I expect in the exit process?
- What is the value of my DTC business – Market conditions, eCommerce trends,
And so much more.
Praise for the Guide:
“If you are a DTC brand beginning to eye your next move, the Exit Guide For DTC Businesses is a great resource to help you prepare for your exit.”
Edoardo Romagnoli, Co-Founder & CEO, Peak21
“The Fortia Group ’s The Exit Guide for DTC Businesses is the ultimate guide for DTC businesses planning to exit or even considering an exit, providing detailed information on the exit process and how to prepare for it.”
Mark J. Rosenberg, Partner, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP
“Don’t leave money on the table when exiting your DTC business. Read this guide to improve your chances of maximizing valuation.”
Ari Horowitz, CEO, Swiftline Corp