Over the course of 3 years, I have built a small broadcasting business named Streamography that focuses on providing Live Video streaming via online distribution. This service gives our clients the ability to broadcast their events live to the world. Literally, grandma in Florida and Uncle Bob in London can tune in to watch little Jimmy play soccer in Danvers Massachusetts in real time! It's truly an amazing service and our clients agree that what we are providing is something they never thought was possible.

This brings me to the purpose of the posting. I have had to take a hard look in the mirror and ask myself if I'm capable of growing this business and, with the offer of a new full-time job, I have to reluctantly part ways with my baby. For the lucky person that gets the opportunity to take this over and make it grow, you will not be disappointed in the results of the service. People are truly in awe of what we are capable. To see my current website, please go to http://streamography.com/ where you can get an idea of what the business is about in more detail.

So what is being sold?

- Equipment
This consists of multiple cameras, microphones, monitors, tripods, encoding equipment as well as other pieces of equipment that will give the capabilities to do the broadcasting. In fact, it's enough equipment to do multiple events per day.

- Book of Business
Over the course of 3 years, I have been able to attain multiple organizations that provide consistent work. In fact, because they've been streaming consistently for 3 years, they are obligated to continue streaming because their audience has become accustom to the service.

- Marketing Materials, Company Documents
An abundance of marketing materials and collateral will be sold with the business such as invoicing templates, contract templates and even finance and accounting documents.

- Industry research / Opportunities for growth
Along with everything else, you will receive lists of potential organizations that could be the next big account.

- Training
I will train the new owner on all aspects of streaming. It is more simple than you think as long as you follow some simple procedure that I can train you on.

I have never sold a business before so I'm looking at this in a very simplistic manner. The cost of the equipment, minus some depreciation as well as the revenue generated from the book of business at a discounted price. I don't have the time to mess around with the impending new job on the horizon so I need to do this quickly and efficiently.

Again, visit my current website at http://streamography.com/ and email me so that we can set up a time to talk in more detail.

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