June 29, 2022

Save 91% on this app for startup builders, buyers, and sellers

Deal pricing and availability subject to change after time of publication.

TL;DR: As of May 23, a year of Deal Desk Premium Plan — worth $1,188 — is on sale for just $99. That’s 91% less than its usual value.


There’s a reason nine out of 10 startups fail. Actually there are lots of reasons — lack of funds, lack of investors, lack of demand for a product/service, and so on. If your idea is trash, there’s not much you can do to improve its success in the market. As for the other two problems — funds and investors — there are platforms like Deal Desk. And for a limited time, you can save 91% and get a one-year Premium Plan subscription for only $99.

Deal Desk claims to be the easiest and most convenient way to source new deals, find investors, organize your deal flow, and close. It’s designed for those building, buying, and selling in the startup world. So, whether you’re taking your idea from scale to sale, seeking a partnership, sourcing deals, or just looking for an influx of cash, Deal Desk is designed to make finding the right arrangements for your current needs a breeze. 

A Premium Plan subscription gives you access to a database of over 20,000 vetted founder and investor contacts, plus aggregated data from over 25 buy/sell marketplaces on more than 1,000 startups for sale. You’ll have access to connections, customers, and capital at your fingertips, real-time chat functionality, over $25,000 worth of legal documents and templates to get the ball rolling, and more. Even better, it’s all in a single-view platform that makes sorting and sifting through all of the listings a seamless experience.

Startups don’t have to fail. Access to the right people can make all the difference. Sign up for a year of Deal Desk Premium Plan for just $99 for a limited time and see where it can take you. Three-year and lifetime subscriptions are available at discounted rates as well, should you find the platform to be indispensable.

Prices subject to change.


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