Jock Purtle

Jock Purtle is considered an industry leader and expert on valuations of high growth internet companies, website valuations, and website brokerage. He has been featured and quoted in publications such as Forbes, CNBC, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, Inc.com, Wired, CBS News, Geekwire, TechCrunch. He was the runner up in the Australian Global Student Entrepreneur awards and is currently living in American on an O1 visa – individual with extraordinary ability or achievement.

Jock began his entrepreneurial journey at an early age, working in his family business when he was just 9 years old (the largest business valuation company and brokerage in Australia). He acquired his first company at the age of 19, and since then has acquired 3 different businesses over his career. He successfully sold two of his businesses, (the second for six-figures.) And his third acquisition is now valued in the seven-figure range.

Having acquired the skill set of identifying good acquisition opportunities combined with over a decade of experience valuing and selling offline businesses in Australia, Jock started Brokercorp.com in 2011 (later to be rebranded Digital Exits in late 2013) a website brokerage dedicated to helping online entrepreneurs exit their company.

Since then the brokerage has grown with total sales expected in 2016 of $20,000,000. Jock focuses on working with select clients to maximize the value he can create for each and generally works at one time with seven clients or less.

These days, Jock’s focus is primarily on growing Digital Exits (the leader in the online business brokerage space, and the most efficient marketplace for buying and selling high-growth, online businesses), where he is a managing partner and CEO.

Personal Website:  http://www.digitalexits.com
Recent Articles by Jock Purtle

What Is My Chemical Manufacturing Plant Worth?

A comprehensive look at the various factors that go into valuing and selling your chemical manufacturing plant.

What Is My Auto Repair Business Worth?

Do you know how much your shop is really worth? Have you done your valuation? This is the best strategy to get what you deserve out of your hard work.

What Your Supply Chain Business Is Really Worth

Jock Purtle, owner of digitalexits.com, explains the types of valuations to consider, the average multiple that supply chain businesses are selling for, and how your business compares.

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  • Equicapita: Equicapita
    Equicapita's model is to acquire established, private small and medium sized enterprises (“SMEs”) located primarily in Western Canada.
  • Evolution Capital: Evolution Capital
    Leaders in growing small business.

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