Business Overview

**NOTE: DEADLINE FOR ALL LOI’s is March 31, 2022

—> 2022 on-track to do ~$300K gross revenue
If you keep it Owner Operator with the current 80% profit margin, you could essentially profit $240,000.

…….. OR put a team back into place for a 30% profit margin if owner does zero operation ($90k per year net).

Currently Owner Operated…. Company had full team prior to Covid at a 30% profit margin… It’s up to you which direction you prefer as far as putting a team back in place and having more passive income.

High-demand agency that helps luxury travel advisors and tour operators proactively manage all bookings and client information through innovation and top-notch customer service.

$101,100 in 2021 Revenue
$94,850 in 2021 Profit
$12,502 in revenue last month
$12,112 in profit last month

The right new owner can definitely scale this company quickly, they have been turning new clients away due to lack of personal bandwidth.

This well-recognized company is regarded as the premier assistant service across the industry. It currently has 80+ clients thanks to its streamlined and simplified processes, making it well known as the back-end expert in luxury travel.

Complete growth plan to scale revenues and profit included.

Details:
–> Easy 2x MRR by EOY and 3x by 2023
–> Increasing revenue year-over-year
–> Strong industry reputation and retention
–> Hands-off team with systematized training
–> Glowing reviews & customer satisfaction
–> Recurring revenue business model plus hourly offers predictable & scalable income
–> Completely organic growth
–> Full marketing suite of materials
–> Very high engagement: > 45% open rates on emails
–> Remote & relocatable (no office overhead)
–> Modern tech stack
–> SOPs / Training Manual Included

P&L available.

Business model and pricing:
Recurring monthly subscriptions as well as hourly pricing for assistant work. All our employees are trained using a pre-made training packet. Most clients are on a weekly or monthly recurring subscription, ranging from $99 – $699 per week.

Growth opportunities:
The platform is the most trusted assistant service in the travel space, and has grown entirely organically.
With an increase in employees and available hours, the company could welcome hundreds more customers using the same business model.
Other potential for growth includes paid traffic and agency contracts.
Just took on a new sub client and have large agency contracts currently underway as well. Could easily double revenues by the end of the year by bringing on more team members.

The right owner could conservatively double revenue by the end of the year and triple in 2023, or raise this multiple even more by scaling operations. Co-founders are focusing on new venture.

Financial

  • Asking Price: $265,000
  • Cash Flow: $94,850
  • Gross Revenue: $101,100
  • EBITDA: N/A
  • FF&E: N/A
  • Inventory: N/A
  • Inventory Included: N/A
  • Established: 2019

Detailed Information

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About The Facility:

Remote (Home Based)

Purpose For Selling:

Owner is focusing on new venture.

Opportunities and Growth:

Could easily double revenues by the end of the year by bringing on more team members. With an increase in employees and available hours, the company could welcome hundreds more customers using the same business model. Other potential for growth includes paid traffic and agency contracts. Just took on a new sub client and have large agency contracts currently underway as well.

Home Based:

This Business Is Home Based

Additional Info

The business was started in 2019, making the business 3 years old.

Why is the Current Owner Selling The Business?

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Existing Debts and Future Obligations

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Understanding the Customer Base, Competition and Area Demographics

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