Borderline is a marketplace for startups. A platform where businesses, founders, engineers and designers can trade software rights or find companies to acquire.
People sell their technology when they get stuck, need the money to fund other projects or cannot figure out a way to market or monetise it. The projects listed on Borderline come in all forms and stages. Some listings are simple websites priced under $5,000. While other listings are SAAS products with customers and revenue going for 6 figures.
Startup ideas can fail for various reasons, some of which are marketing and geography related. Enterprising entrepreneurs might purchase technology with the intent of improving it, executing a better marketing strategy, bringing it to a new region and eventually charging for the service.
1. Research the company you want to buy or sell. This includes studying the company's financial statements, products, competitors and markets.
2. Find a broker who specializes in buying and selling companies. This broker can help you find a buyer or seller for the company you want to trade.
3. Negotiate the price and terms of the sale with the broker. Once a price is agreed upon, the broker will help you complete the sale.
Sellers (entrepreneurs, engineers, designers) can submit information about technology they are selling and set a price. Listing a startup for sale on Borderline is currently free of charge and takes only a few minutes. A human approves every listing that reaches the front-page.Listings have a description of the product along with the sellers motivation to sell. Listings also have information about the programming languages and frameworks used to develop the software being sold.
Buyers can browse startups for sale on the website or choose to signup for the mailing list to get notified via email about new startups. Buyers can directly contact the listing owner to complete a sale.
Listings have a description of the product along with the sellers motivation to sell. Listings also have information about the programming languages and frameworks used to develop the software being sold.
• Serial entrepreneurs who’ve moved on or abandoned a startup idea can sell their company on Borderline
• Established startups looking to buy relevant technology to grow their business
• Non-technical founders, marketers, designers and growth hackers who’re looking to acquire technology that didn’t work for the original creators, but are confident that their improvements will yield a better result.
• Established companies that are looking to acquire competitors in the early stages
• Established companies looking to acquihire talent
• Founders looking for an exit.
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