Selling Your Web Business

Perfect Page would like to purchase your web design business


As an established and expanding company focused on top quality website design and web development,  we are interested in increasing our portfolio of clients and growing our business. We are particularly interested freelance web designers and smaller web development companies who are thinking of relocating, closing down or selling up. With over 15 years operating in the South of England, we would ideally be looking for businesses that fall within that area and specifically within the counties of Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset, Devon and Cornwall.

At present Perfect Page offer bespoke web development, design and hosting services to over 300 clients across the UK and frequently absorb the portfolios of independent web designers who have moved into different fields or taken full-time jobs and are therefore unable to maintain their former businesses.

Indeed, it’s so easy to let a change of circumstances deplete your business due to lack of time to give clients what they deserve. So rather than let our current client base drift, why not consider transferring your portfolio to us. You will not only receive a generous transfer fee but also be able to rest assured that we will oversee the seamless transition of your clients and ensure that they will receive their current levels of care and support. This means that not only will you gain from a potentially depreciating asset but moreover your clients will benefit from a continuation of the levels of service they have come to expect! However, if you do not wish to sell your business for a set fee, in some cases we are happy to negotiate an ongoing commission for your client base.

If you are thinking of selling your web business' portfolio, then please contact us on 01932 500 119 and ask to speak to Tony Raybould. We always discuss enquiries in strict confidence and will not withhold your details or contact you afterwards if no agreement is made.

 

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