Meet the Team: Mark Woodbury
Lovingly referred to as “DigiMark” during team calls, Mark Woodbury serves as Managing Director of the Raincatcher Digital Division. Based out of Los Angeles, California, he spearheads our company’s digital brokerage division as we bring our portfolio of eCommerce and other digitally native companies to market.
The founder and CEO of a boutique digital brokerage himself, he brings an entrepreneurial spirit as a leader at Raincatcher. Mark can relate to the challenges and advantages each company owner brings to the selling table. He built his business from scratch as a white-glove brokerage focused exclusively on online businesses. Their clients were successful entrepreneurs who sold their digital businesses valued between $250K - $5MM in annual profit.
Mark is dedicated to assisting successful entrepreneurs build value for and sell their companies through the nuanced process of evaluating their enterprises so he can take the special care needed to bring eCommerce, SaaS, media website, marketing agency, or other digital service business to sale for maximum value.
Mark has been a guest on a handful of podcasts and conferences, including SEO Rockstars, to discuss everything from the details of selling an Amazon business to how business owners can mitigate risk with content websites and prepare them for an optimal exit.
A self-professed serial entrepreneur, he brings years of experience in financial modeling, mergers and acquisitions, and online business ventures to the team. A graduate of Colorado State University, he has worked as a financial analyst, including as a consultant for 20th Century Fox.
Mark and his dog, Heisman
We are proud to bring this California native with Colorado roots to our team and look forward to expanding Raincatcher’s digital brokerage services under his leadership. You can check out some of Mark’s musings about entrepreneurship here, learn more about Mark on his LinkedIn profile, or send him a message here.
When Mark isn’t glued to his screens, he enjoys snorkeling, reading, and leatherwork, and his favorite book is Peter Thiel’s Zero to One.