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At what point do you realize is time to sell your company?

I would very much appreciate any knowledge that you can share around selling your own business being a tech startup the case. Thanks in advance.

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Chairman of British Far East Holdings Ltd.
When achieving the result believed possible requires significant equity and control dilution. When the bid or offer envisions and reflects continued significant growth.
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Dane H. Madsen Entrepreneur • Advisor
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In my case we were faced with raising a round to keep us competitive that would have diluted (as Arthur Lipper noted) us significantly and would have required enormous results to simply break even.
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In most cases royalties are the answer as revenues so much easier to predict than profits. See www.Royalties.Website
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