The subject of the sale is a 100% share in a company engaged in online sales of products for children and infants.
The company with the e-shop has more than 6 years of experience on the market and during this time has built a very good name in its field. Currently, the company has clients mainly from the Czech Republic. The products are from long-term suppliers mainly from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and the UK. The e-shop can be proud of an average of 3,000 orders per month.
The company currently employs 2 employees, 1 is a warehouse worker and the other is an administrative worker. In busy periods such as Christmas, 1 part-time worker is available for approx. 16 hours per week. In addition, a family member comes to help as a self-employed person who helps with the owner’s work. The owner occupies an important position in the company. His activities include communication with authorities, external accounting and marketing staff, communication with suppliers, finding new products and managing the direction of the company. The owner works approximately 30-40 hours/week and his salary is included in the costs.
The company and its warehouse are located in leased premises with a size of 350 m2, which have a contract for an indefinite period. Therefore, it will not be a problem to extend the contract after the sale. Warehouse rent is CZK 32,000 per month including VAT.
In recent years, the company’s sales have increased many times over. However, in the last two years, the marketing firm was poorly chosen, and although it managed to raise sales, it did so at the expense of the company’s profitability. However, due to family reasons, the owner does not have time to improve the marketing situation and therefore his primary goal is to repay the loan and hand the company over to someone who can use its established name and market position
The company currently has a selected overdraft loan, which is written in the name of the owner and will be repaid with the sale of the company. After the sale, the company will be completely debt-free.
The plan is to sell a fully functional and functioning e-shop, therefore the stock level is about 4-5 million CZK. Tangible assets include, for example, warehouse equipment, shelving, racks and office equipment. The company’s intangible assets include contracts with suppliers and manufacturers, customer databases, e-shop websites, well-established social media accounts with tens of thousands of followers, and marketing campaigns.
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