Adam Bannister, managing editor of the Dynamis Media, took time out of his busy schedule to attend the Business-Start-Up Show in November 2011 with the aim of interviewing some of the businesses which provided services for start ups attending the show, and capturing some of the magic and talent exhibiting there.
At the Business-Start-Up Show, held at Earls Court, Sam Lewis as Head of Rich media for Dynamis, interviewed Julian Rowe, a leading business consultant with Business Consultant Now. During the interview Sam Lewis quizzed him on how he helps small businesses:
Dynamis media is an interesting business full of bright young graduate talent with pedigree. Business Support Finder describes the company as ‘one to watch’ and predicts they will be a ‘takeover target’ within the next three to five years. A brief timeline of Dynamis’s history:
2000 £1.7m angel funding all expansion of BusinessesForSale.com and launch a sister site, FranchiseSales.com. an online directory of more than 1,400 franchise opportunities.
2006 launch BusinessWings.co.uk, a resource for entrepreneurs, and BusinessOpportunities.com, the marketplace for finding business partners, investors and business opportunities.
2007- company size and output tripled: new geographical territories – French language version of FranchiseSales.com – FranchiseAVendre.fr
2011, Dynamis partnership with the Financial Times. PropertySales.com, & BusinessesForSale.com, online marketplace for buying and selling commercial property.
Dynamis, still a privately-held company, but for how long? If this was a stock option, and Business Support Finder was advising on investment banking, Dynamis is a ‘buy’.