1. Northwestern US connectivity, co-location and Internet services firm with 2015 revenues of more than $13 million (and currently at $15 million of revenues.)  Approximately 53% of revenues from connectivity, 42% from co-location and the remainder from telephony and other services. The company’s connectivity services includes a full range of services across the US and most of Canada.  Colocation services are provided out of multiple facilities in the Northwest. Prospective buyers must be pre-approved.
  1. -Former Level 3, St Louis area data center with (2) A and B 1600Amp 2000V Power Distribution and 28,000 sq ft of data center space plus flex and warehouse space. Multiple fiber providers, 3 generators (2x1250kW and 1x500kW.) Facility is currently empty but was active as recently as 2017 with clients that included Major League Baseball, Reuters, DOD, among others. Available for sale with or without the land. NOTE: The local power company issued an economic development incentive lowering the cost per kWh to around 3-4 cents or so at this property.
  1. Established CMS focused, Managed Services/Hosting provider with approximately $950k in L12M revenue; approximately 86% of which is from hosting and the remainder from development. Net Operating Income of more than 30%. Primarily provides large scale Windows/SQL Server based CMS systems
  1.  Digital Agency available for acquisition: The company provides site maintenance (50% of sales), SEO (25%) of sales and site development (25%) of sales. Seventy percent of the customers are government and the balance are business accounts. Services are performed on 5 year contracts 2014 sales of $7.2 million with $2 million of EBITDA. YTD 2015 results have been strong with full year revenues projected at $8.5 million.  (Under LOI)
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