How Nellie Akalp Built and Sold Her Company to Intuit

Nellie Akalp is a serial entrepreneur, small business advocate, and mother of four who is married to her husband and business partner. She started her first business with $100 in 1997 and sold it to Intuit in 2009 for a large sum of cash. Today she and her husband run where they help entrepreneurs across all 50 United States incorporate, form an LLC, file a DBA, and more.

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Life After Selling

In this interview, Nellie and I talk about the sale of her company to Intuit and what life was like after the sale. We also discuss how she decided to make a key branding change with her next company so that they could reduce their cost of customer acquisition.

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