the importance of data analysis, acquisition channels, and unit economics. They also emphasizes the significance of having a strong brand promise and story, as well as intellectual property to assure buyers and increase the value of your business. Chris shares real-life examples and practical tips on finding the right team members, optimizing your supply chain, and building strategic relationships with suppliers. If you're looking to maximize the value of your business and understand your exit plan, this episode is a must-listen.
GW Partners is on a mission to help owners transform their companies, increase value, and maximize an exit. They partner with consumer products brands that desire to create and execute an operational plan to materially increase their attractiveness as a strategic acquisition target.
Let's explore this episode of Influential Entrepreneurs hosted by Mike Saunders, MBA , where Jason unveils his distinctive expertise, encompassing significant transactions and practical groundwork. This positions him as a vital ally for founders venturing through the intricate journey of selling their businesses.
What if you have a partner who shares your passion for your business? A team that helps you strategize, mitigate risks, and bring your business to the next level. Enter South Col, an eCommerce accelerator that does not only infuse working capital into your business but also brings in 15 years of combined experience in investment banking, finance, operations, and sales and marketing.
In this episode of Amazing Exits, Paul Miller sits down with Chris Shipferling, Managing Partner at Global Wired Advisors, to discuss observations, trends, and strategies from the Prosper Show. Chris talks about the shift in agenda from previous Prosper Show years, why brand owners are focusing their resources on product innovation, and the effects of current events in terms of growing and exiting your brand.
In the end, the majority of all the cash you ever make on Amazon could end up being made by selling to an aggregator. That being the case, you need to understand who you’re dealing with! If you own an Amazon-focused custom product or private label brand, it’s time to really understand these increasingly well-funded and active Amazon players.
In this episode of The Thoughtful Entrepreneur Podcast, host Josh Elledge interviews Managing Partner Chris Shipferling. They discuss the full range of Investment Banking services available to digital consumer products companies, as well as the importance of engaging the services of a qualified Investment Banking professional
In this Prime Talk Podcast Sponsored by GETIDA – Chris Shipferling - Managing Partner of Global Wired Advisors talks about Investment Banking and Selling on Amazon, also more information about his life's journey.https://youtu.be/2DxdDFH-nLY
John Epsey interviews managing partner Chris Shipferling from Global Wired Advisors. In this episode Chris discusses starting Global Wired Advisors with partners, watching COVID unfold and the incredible effects it had on his clients, and he talks about growing, scaling, and exiting an e-commerce business.
Today I talk with Chris Shipferling, from Global Wired Advisors, a leading Digital Investment Bank focused on optimizing the business sale process. Years ago, selling an Amazon business was a far cry and wasn’t so easy for people to do, but now it’s much more common and Chris’s company makes the whole process a lot smoother.
In this episode, Jeremy talks to Chris Shipferling and Jason Somerville, Managing Partners of Global Wired Advisors. We dive into the necessary steps to prepare your business for sale. The deal analysis process, metrics to track, milestones to achieve, and growth plans. We also cover how to best determine the timing for selling, valuation metrics, and specifically what investors/acquirers look for.
Exit planning can be intensely stressful, overwhelming, and full of question marks. When do you start exit planning? What should you prioritize in the exit planning process? If you resonate with these questions, you are not alone. Chris Shipferling of Global Wired Advisors is on Amazing Exits today to discuss how to effectively choose the best exit strategy for your business
In this episode, Alex interviews Chris Shipferling of Global Wired Advisors, a digital investment bank that focuses on optimizing the business sale process. Chris discusses how Global Wired Advisors works with e-commerce businesses, digitally native brands, SaaS, and digital agencies to yield the best outcome when it comes to an exit.
Part three of our "Building a Business to Sell" series brings us to when you should really start preparing your business for the market, including when you need to start talking with an advisor to help you through the process.
Chris and Jason tell me how they take their experience, that usually is used for huge, monstrous companies and make it accessible to the lower end of the multi-million level companies. They share some examples they have seen within their business and the opportunities that many businesses seem to be overlooking. Including traditional brick and mortar businesses making their brand available to the online market path.
In our discussion, we talk through the differences between the services one can expect from a typical business broker, and that of a firm like theirs, and, as you will hear when you listen, the differences could results in a significant difference in the value of your company when you sell.
In this episode, Jordan speaks with Chris Shipferling from Global Wired Advisors about how he helps e-commerce owners sell their business.They talk about how much you can potentially get for your business and where you need to be to actually sell your business. Chris shares a bit of his background; who he is, what he does, who he works with, and how he became an expert in the field that he is in. He also shares tons of valuable insights about how a business owner can effectively sell his business.
We’re facing a lot of uncertainty in the financial market right now amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. We’re talking through the current market and e-commerce business landscape to understand what’s going on, how it’s impacting e-commerce and what’s available to help.
For digital companies who have grown multi million dollar businesses, there are relatively few choices for a successful exit. Chris says that middle market investors won’t consider anything below $75 million in revenue so the only choice becomes business brokers.This huge gap in the market was the perfect opportunity for the partners who now offer an alternative to brokers. Furthermore, their investment banking background gives them a collective edge over typical buy/sell brokerages.
The business selling process is going to look different depending on if you use a broker or a mergers and acquisitions advisor.
Chris Shipferling with Global Wired Advisors talks us through those differences and gets into the details of what that process looks like with Global Wired.
Drawing from his decades of institutional investment banking experience, digital expertise, hundreds of e-commerce deals and over a trillion dollars’ worth in combined deal experience, Chris Shipferling, Managing Partner at Global Wired Advisers talks about their services and experiences in selling e-businesses.
Jason and Chris talk about the impact of Coronavirus in many businesses and how it's reshaping the e-commerce industry. They also share great insights on what people can do in order to keep a healthy business and why now is a good time to get educated and reflect.
Chris Shipferling, an expert in buying and selling businesses, joins Eric Stopper in this week’s episode as they tackle the importance of keeping your accounting books in check prior to selling your business, why the lack of customer data from Amazon are hurting business owners, the value of product roadmaps, how to best drive traffic for your business using ads on Facebook and Instagram, and why having focused branding is a deal-maker when selling your business