Episode 166

How to Sell a Business That’s Not Yet Profitable with Diego Sampaio

This week on The Exit: Diego Sampaio’s career started at an early age. At 12 he was building websites and coding for friends and family. At 16 he initiated a web hosting service for Brazil. By 18 he founded his first company, marking the beginning of a remarkable ascent. Diego has been part of numerous exits in his entrepreneurial journey, including for companies that weren’t profitable at the time of exit. This has provided him with deep insights into effectively communicating core values to potential buyers, extending beyond mere profitability. Tune in to listen to Diego’s incredible journey, how to prepare a business for an exit even when it’s not profitable and more tips and tricks of trade.

Diego Sampaio has been a hands-on entrepreneur for over 20 years, and is currently the CEO of USA Commerce Fulfillment, and also his company Globalfy. USA Commerce Fulfillment helps  international brands to get into the American market through ecommerce. Operating their warehouse in Orlando, Florida they provide Ecommerce fulfillment and FBA prep allowing foreign entrepreneurs to invest and focus their time on selling. Globalfy is a powerhouse with almost 100 professionals and over 7,000 customers from 80+ countries that we have had the pleasure to co-found along with Eva Palatinsky de Sampaio in 2015 in Orlando, Florida, to empower entrepreneurs and businesses worldwide. Globalfy’s goal is to provide comprehensive support to companies facing the challenges of entering the US market.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/diegosampaio/

Website: https://globalfy.com

Website: https://usaecommercefulfillment.com

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Steve McGarry

An entrepreneur, content creator, and investor based in sunny Tampa, Florida. In 2015, while living in San Francisco, Steve sold his first fintech startup LendLayer to Max Levchin’s (founder of PayPal) consumer finance company Affirm.

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