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The Quiet Light Podcast

Dec 1, 2020

Joe Valley is the Co-owner and Director of Brokerage Services at Quiet Light Brokerage, a business advisory firm that helps online entrepreneurs achieve amazing exits. Joe joined the firm after selling his own e-commerce business through Quiet Light Brokerage in 2010. He has advisor expertise in all web-based niches, including SaaS, e-commerce, and content businesses.

In addition to being a frequent speaker and podcast guest himself, Joe is also the co-host of the Quiet Light Podcast.

Mark Daoust is the Founder, President, and CEO of Quiet Light Brokerage. Since starting Quiet Light Brokerage in 2007, Mark has guided dozens of entrepreneurs and small business owners through their exits.

Before his work at Quiet Light Brokerage, Mark founded, an online publication with a subscriber base that he expanded to more than 220,000 members. Now, Mark is a well-known presenter and guest author, as well as the co-host of the Quiet Light Podcast.

In this episode…

Do you want to successfully sell your business? Are you looking for resources, strategies, and expert support that will help you attract the right buyers?

According to the team at Quiet Light Brokerage, there is one thing that will set your business apart from other companies in your industry: transferability. Potential buyers will lose interest quickly if you are the superglue holding your business together. Luckily, the advisors and brokers at Quiet Light—including President and CEO Mark Daoust and Co-owner Joe Valley—have experience transferring their own businesses to new owners. With first-hand expertise and tried and true strategies, they can help you effectively and efficiently do the same.

In this episode of the Quiet Light Podcast, Rise25 Co-founder John Corcoran sits down with Mark Daoust and Joe Valley to discuss their real-life experiences selling and growing online businesses. Mark and Joe know the importance of transferability when establishing a sellable business—and today, they discuss the ins and outs of their exit planning processes and their unique approach to helping entrepreneurs achieve profitable exits. Stay tuned!