We start, buy, and invest in wonderful internet businesses.
We aren't your typical buyer. We won't try to flip your business in 3-5 years. We won't mess with your team and culture. We won't lock you into golden handcuffs or push complex deal terms. We won't ruin your life with months of unnecessary due diligence. We won't renegotiate and grind you on terms. We'll make an offer within 7 days and close in 30. We keep things dead simple.
We started Tiny to create the buyer we wished we could sell to. Here's a post we wrote about it.
You've scaled your business with real customers and revenue. It's profitable ($500k+), but you're burnt out and don't know how to take it to the next level or want to do something new.
You've raised some money and built a good business with serious revenue and maybe some profit, but you can't achieve venture scale. Your investors need a soft landing, and you want to sell to someone who appreciate your efforts.
Ahhhh! Your hair is on fire and things are a bit of a mess, but you have serious revenue ($5MM or more) and think this thing could be profitable in the right hands. Help!
We typically look for businesses that have been in business for at least 3-5 years, have significant profits (minimum $500k, ideally $2MM+, as high as $20MM), and have a high quality team in place. We are open to owners sticking around, leaving cold turkey, or transitioning out over time. We'll work with you to transition.
We like simple internet businesses that have high margins, don't require tons of people or complex technology, and have a competitive advantage that protects them from competitors. For example: A dominant brand, a large and loyal userbase, a technology/IP advantage, etc.
If you're concerned your business doesn't fit the bill, feel free to send it to us anyway. We'll take a look and let you know within a couple days if it's a fit.
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In 2006, Andrew founded MetaLab, one of the world's top design agencies. After rapid growth, he used the profits to diversify into a variety of businesses, many of which today form Tiny. He has gone from working out of his apartment a little over a decade ago, to today overseeing a group of companies with over 300 employees and tens of millions in revenue.
Chris has been investing since he bought his first stock at age fourteen. Since then, he's served as CFO of MetaLab and other successful technology companies and served on the boards of many private companies. In 2015, he left MetaLab and partnered with Andrew to form Tiny.
Jeremy has a background in startups and operations. He was on the founding team of the edutech startup MediaCore before it was acquired by Workday in 2015. After leaving Workday, he spent time at Flow running on growth and marketing before joining Tiny to focus on investing.