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Candy Crate, Inc.

Business Model
e-Commerce
Industry
Food and Drink

$550,000

Asking Price
National online sales of candy and gifts.

Facts and Figures

Location
United States
Date of Founding
2003
Full-Time Staff
1 to 10
Avg. Expenses /month
$110,000
Gross Profit /month
$19,000
Avg. Revenue /month
$129,000

Financials

P&L (Profit and Loss Statement) View P&L

Business Description

Candy Crate, Inc. is an e-commerce business that operates in the Food and Drink industry. Founded in 2003 in United States, this business currently enjoys Avg. Revenue /month $129,000 and delivers Avg. Profit /month $19,000.00

How does your business make money?

We make money from selling internet candy.

Why should someone buy this business?

This business would be a perfect fit for an actively selling internet candy store. We own candycrate.com, wholesale candystore.com and chrismtascandystore.com. Buying these domains would add a million and a half dollars in sales just by picking up our customer base.

How can the future owner improve this business?

More SEO and online marking. Also great opportunity to expand revenue sources, ie. Amazon.

Business Strengths

  • Key Words Ranking
  • Customer Service
  • Length of Operation in Niche
  • Lots of Repeat Customers
  • Passive Revenue

Opportunities for a new owner

  • Start Selling into New Markets
  • Improve Current Marketing Efforts
  • Introduce Further Revenue Streams

Key day-to-day operations

  • Customer Support / Service
  • Managing Inventory
  • Order Fulfilment
  • Website Maintenance
  • Adwords Maintenance

Marketing

  • Facebook Advertising
  • Google Adwords
  • SEO

Inventory

Units
-
Value
$98,000

Assets

  • Customer Database
  • Partnerships and Enterprise Sales Agreements
  • Trademarks

Social Media

Facebook
17K followers
Twitter
2.1K followers
Instagram
1.2K followers

Post sale support

This is support provided by the seller when transitioning the business to a buyer.

Included

About the Seller

Private Seller

Julie Morris

United states

We have grown our business over the past 16 years. We are proud of how we grew and were looking forward to continued growth. Unfortunately, the owner, who was my husband passed away, and although we would like to continue with this business he began, it is just not possible with the developer and most knowledgeable member now gone. I would love to see another company take this to another level, which I know, is a real possibility. I did not include the additional profit that would be received from renting a smaller warehouse. Ours is 24,000 sf and probably could get by with ,10,000 or less if planning to drop ship.

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