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You are new to Projektify and want to sell your web company. You ask yourself: how should I proceed? Should I sell my web company on Projektify and what does it cost? I would also like advice and I am fundamentally insecure about the mission: sell web companies. We say: don’t worry: we are free and all information is available on our blog! Should I put my project on Projektify? We are free and you can basically post all blogs, online shops, startups, companies and much more with us. There is usually always a buyer for a project. We have also put together an e-book for you with all the information. Free to download, of course! Reading tip: Ebook for selling web projects How do i start? The first thing you do is write an advertisement and submit your project to us. We have put together the tips for this.…

If you want to buy a company, you need capital. A lack of start-up capital is still one of the main reasons for failure. It is all the more important to know about alternative financing options. You are currently looking to buy a great company and are faced with the challenge of having found a smart idea, but not having the capital or a large network to implement the purchase. We’ll show you 3 ways how you can get money and finance your company safely. 1. Buy a company with little equity In the first case, we assume that you have saved at least a little something. A rule of thumb says: if you want to buy a company, you should include 15 to 20 percent of the purchase price Equity finance. The rest can be done through so-called Subsidiary chapter cover. If external investors support you without asking for…

Do you remember when you founded your GmbH or UG? It was certainly the same for you at first: You leave the office at midnight and the euphoria is so great that you work 16 hours a day. But now you realize that it is no longer the best and you want to dissolve the GmbH. This can have various reasons such as reorientation, failure, health or you are simply going into a well-earned retirement. We’ll show you how to do it! What is a GmbH? The GmbH belongs to the corporations. It is suitable for anyone who wants to limit liability. The GmbH is founded by at least one partner. For the “one-person GmbH” the same provisions apply as for a “normal” GmbH. The articles of association must be notarized. The GmbH is a legal person. This means that the company itself and not its shareholders acts as a…

The civil society – or GbR for short – is one of the partnerships. Establishing a GbR requires at least two shareholders. A minimum starting capital is not required. However, when founding a GbR, you are also liable with your private assets. However, it also happens that a GbR is dissolved because the founders no longer understand each other, the business is no longer profitable or because you just don’t feel like it anymore. In this article we will show you how to dissolve a GbR. Dissolve GbR in three steps As a rule, the civil society ends ( GbR ) not with their resolution, as one might suspect. Rather, the termination of a GbR goes through different phases: resolution Liquidation and dispute Full completion Phase 1: dissolve GBR First of all, a reason for the dissolution of the GbR must be given. In the process, the GbR is transformed…

Many startups and companies are being sold head over heels. The previous boss is in need of money, is no longer interested or just wants to reorientate himself. Now is your hour! You buy the company quickly and get started right away. Or not? Even if time is of the essence, you should stay cool as a successor. In this text we show how you can buy a GbR and what you have to consider. What actually is a GbR? Society under civil law belongs to the group of partnerships and is used in everyday language with GbR abbreviated. In contrast to a GmbH, a GbR can be founded without complex formality by several people who pursue a common goal and want to fulfill a specific purpose with the company (source: Start-up scene ). The advantages of a GbR include the following: is hardly subject to formation formalities, no restriction…

The desire to sell your own company can have a wide variety of causes: We already have in the last article discussed in detail. And surely you have your own personal reason too, if you made it to this blog post. However, as individual as the reasons for selling a company are, the things that should be considered when handling corporate succession are clear. You will find out what these are if you read on. Sell a company – but how? If you want to sell your company, you first need a prospective buyer. Ads in industry newspapers and advertisements on platforms such as Projektify are suitable for this. With both variants you reach numerous potential investors and buyers of companies. At Projektify it works like this: You simply register for free and create an advertisement – also free of charge – in which you explain the background and already…

The boss is stressed, the work is not fun and somehow the well-known “groundhog” greets you every day. In addition, fixed-term contracts and the threat of mass unemployment in the future are further reasons to step into the independence ponder. The work doesn’t get any less, but in such a case you are your own boss and you can respond to changes in the market and society yourself without being dependent on a supervisor. But every beginning is difficult – in many cases there is simply a lack of a good idea that is worth pursuing with the intention of making a profit. Buying a small business can be the solution at this point. At Projektify you will not only find exciting purchase offers but also further assistance for self-employment. Buy a small business and become your own boss From a tax point of view, businesses are referred to as…

You don’t always have to have failed with your idea to make the decision to sell your own company that has been painstakingly built up. In the case of a GbR, one or more shareholders often just want to devote themselves to new tasks or enjoy a well-earned retirement. Often, private reasons also play a role that lead to the sale of a company. However, there are different factors to consider for every company structure, which are important when handling a handover. The GbR in particular is a special case from a legal point of view. Special case GbR sale A company under civil law ( G bR) can of course be sold. But: Strictly speaking, the GbR is not a company in the sense of the German Commercial Code. Companies are by law ( § 17 Section. 1 HGB) is reserved for merchants or trading companies. And the GbR…

There can be various reasons for wanting to sell your own company. The cause does not always lie in one Failure of your own entrepreneurial idea . After years of nerve-wracking and time-consuming building up a company, entrepreneurs often simply want to set different priorities in their own lives. A right that every entrepreneur can avail himself of without a guilty conscience. On the other hand, there are interested buyers and investors who want to buy an already existing idea, an existing company. More supply than demand But if you look at the common company exchanges on the Internet, you quickly notice that there are clearly more offers for sale than want to buy Platforms gives. It is not just the lack of demand that entrepreneurs are exposed to: for their own idea, which has required a lot of blood, sweat, tears and renunciation, you naturally want to achieve a…

There are many situations in which it is advisable to think about selling your own company. We have already discussed a number of these possible causes in the article “Selling Your Own Business – Reasons & Chances”. There may be a dime a dozen reasons, but the legal forms of companies are not. The best known and most popular legal form of a company in Germany is the so-called “limited liability company” – the GmbH. If you are considering parting with your GmbH or your personal interests in a company, we would like to provide you with a little help with this process with this article. GmbH Selling: This is how it works! If one speaks of “sell GmbH”, it must first be clear what exactly is to be sold. As the name of the company form already shows, it is a company and legal person that can belong to…

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