Bootstrapping and Selling Your Startup for an Exit - MicroAcquire CEO Andrew Gazdecki


Andrew Gazdecki


Serial entrepreneur Andrew Gazdecki joins Startup Mindsets to unpack his story of founding startups and leading them to several exits. Andrew Gazdecki provides an enlightening conversation on how he as a student at Chico State created a majority bootstrapped startup, Bizness Apps, to hit 5 million in revenue and eventually selling it in offer from a private equity firm. We go over, MicroAcquire's startup marketplace, how he build supply and demand, and when bootstrapping makes sense as a founder. From selling beanie babies on Ebay to his successful stints creating startups, Andrew's story is proof that hardwork, timing, and doing what you love lead to noteworthy places. We learn about his new mission of empowering startup founders to achieve liquidity by selling their startups on MicroAcquire's marketplace. Andrew Gazdecki is a four-time startup founder with three-time exits, former CRO, and founder of MicroAcquire. Gazdecki has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine, and Entrepreneur Magazine, as well as prominent industry blogs such as Mashable, TechCrunch, and VentureBeat.