Manchester, United Kingdom, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Centurica’s Due Diligence service is designed for the buyers of revenue-generating websites and internet-based companies, assisting them in verifying the legitimacy of the assets being purchased. As well as saving time in outsourcing tedious tasks to professional Analysts, the service aims to reduce the risks commonly associated with buying an Internet Business
Centurica’s Director of Operations Bryan O’Neil commented: “With the continuous growth in the number of website acquisitions completed per year, there was a clear need in the market for a professional Due Diligence service and we decided to fill this gap.”
“Our core team has extensive experience in website acquisitions, making us the sensible choice over traditional financial Due Diligence agencies that typically prioritise accounting and legal aspects of acquisitions, whilst lacking the specific experience required to analyse web-based properties,” O’Neil added.
Centurica’s founders believe that Due Diligence should not only be the luxury of those involved in very large deals and as such, one of their main goals have been making the service affordable. As such, the service is available for acquisitions ranging from as little as $3,000 up to $5,000,000.
Centurica is a young start-up, established in early 2013 by three professionals in the online acquisitions industry – Bryan O’Neil, Justin Gilchrist and Kaspars Peksens. Our portfolio is designed to help the buyers, sellers and owners of digital assets protect their online interests and manage their portfolios more efficiently, with services ranging from full Due Diligence and Website Valuations to Consulting and Website Management.
We currently have two offices in Manchester (UK) and Riga (Latvia), and clientele from all around the world. As with many recent startups, Centurica is a truly international company that appreciates the ever-decreasing role that country borders play in business transactions.