Here is a quote that might scare you:

"90% or more of all startups fail within the first two years."

When Looking at businesses and entrepreneurship its a lot easier to buy existing cash flow compared to creating it.  This is where acquisitions come into play. People spend their entire life creating a way to make money that can simply be bought for pennies on the dollar and benefit you more than them.

There's countless businesses for sale where the owners are trying to pass on a legacy to someone that is going to grow the company and keep the current clients and customers happy.

There is even transitional assistance available, in which the seller is willing to manage the company temporarily while you are going through training, licensing and learning the business itself.  

That's right you can get paid to learn new skills and how to run a business while you are training with the past owner!

We focus on nurturing relationships and evaluating deals. We make sure you are partnering or buying the right company at the right valuation. We alleviate the stress, accelerate ownership, and lower the barrier to entry.

Jesse Mauck, Director of Zigr Inc. 

This opportunity is typically reserved for hedge funds, family offices, private equity firms in exclusive clubs, networks and behind closed doors etc..

Typically with institutional capital, the equity is deluded by the time it finally reaches retail investors.  Those offers do not have the investor's best interest at heart, resulting in diminished returns and long lock up periods.  

Our difference gives you the ability for both direct equity ownership in the acquisition and higher cashflow compared to syndication and crowdfunding.

This structure incentivizes growth through expansion by adding additional revenue streams, processes, and efficiencies. We achieve this by adding long-term first and second tier management; which increases capabilities of the company, dials in bottom line, and boosts resale value of the company.

By Providing a streamlined approach to scaleability this makes the company more stable and allowing the potential to capitalize at higher valuation multiple in future liquidity events.

Using our system you are partnered with Owner Operators, Investors and Joint Venture Partners that have the same goals as you!  

Most deals allow initial capital back within the first year!

Entrepreneurs that go through the program carry a vested interest over the coarse of 2 to 5 years, resulting in a time-weighted rate of return (TWR) between 4x to 7x. Options include; selling the company, acquiring bolt-on acquisitions, going public, selling your equity stake to another JV Partner or Investor, and the last option to provide a legacy for your family. You can pass down the company through a trust to your son or daughter.  

No low yield , No stock dilution


Cashflow & 30% + equity stake from day 1!

Zigr's team stays on as advisors in exchange for equity.  This brings experience to help the company grow. We have aligned objects, motivated from within.  

We Call this "Done-With-You M&A"

This is a fast track $5000 Package that includes;

➡️ We find the JV partners, investors, and owner operators.

➡️ We find the deals and evaluate which ones are a fit.

➡️ We provide structure, put in the offer, helping you close!

➡️We provide financing, lines of credit and working capital.

➡️ We find management, advisors & additional ways to grow capital.

(90 Day Program Fully Refundable if financing or the company is not acquired.)

In addition to helping you buy and control an established business we teach you how to use "OPM" Other peoples money and leverage that along with business credit, systems and marketing to build revenue streams and successfully grow the business.

30 Minute Meeting - Jesse Mauck CEO of Zigr Inc.

More on Leverage Below!

In order to expand, it's necessary for business owners to tap financial resources. Business owners can utilize a variety of financing resources, initially broken into two categories, debt and equity. "Debt" involves borrowing money to be repaid, plus interest, while "equity" involves raising money by selling interests in the company.

Essentially you will have to decide whether you want to pay back a loan or give shareholders stock in your company. The following table discusses the advantages and disadvantages of debt financing as compared to equity financing.

Advantages of Debt Compared to Equity

  • Because the lender does not have a claim to equity in the business, debt does not dilute the owner's ownership interest in the company.
  • A lender is entitled only to repayment of the agreed-upon principal of the loan plus interest, and has no direct claim on future profits of the business. If the company is successful, the owners reap a larger portion of the rewards than they would if they had sold stock in the company to investors in order to finance the growth.
  • Except in the case of variable rate loans, principal and interest obligations are known amounts which can be forecasted and planned for.
  • Interest on the debt can be deducted on the company's tax return, lowering the actual cost of the loan to the company.
  • Raising debt capital is less complicated because the company is not required to comply with state and federal securities laws and regulations.
  • The company is not required to send periodic mailings to large numbers of investors, hold periodic meetings of shareholders, and seek the vote of shareholders before taking certain actions.

Disadvantages of Debt Compared to Equity

  • Unlike equity, debt must at some point be repaid.
  • Interest is a fixed cost which raises the company's break-even point. High interest costs during difficult financial periods can increase the risk of insolvency. Companies that are too highly leveraged (that have large amounts of debt as compared to equity) often find it difficult to grow because of the high cost of servicing the debt.
  • Cash flow is required for both principal and interest payments and must be budgeted for. Most loans are not repayable in varying amounts over time based on the business cycles of the company.
  • Debt instruments often contain restrictions on the company's activities, preventing management from pursuing alternative financing options and non-core business opportunities.
  • The larger a company's debt-equity ratio, the more risky the company is considered by lenders and investors. Accordingly, a business is limited as to the amount of debt it can carry.
  • The company is usually required to pledge assets of the company to the lender as collateral, and owners of the company are in some cases required to personally guarantee repayment of the loan.
30 Minute Meeting - Jesse Mauck CEO of Zigr Inc.