Selling your company can be really tough.

You might spend a long time talking and end up paying lots of money for legal help but still not sell your company.

If you do manage to sell it, you’ll get a lot of money, but then you might see the new owners change everything you worked hard to build.

We got tired of this happening, so we created Little A & Co. We want to be the kind of buyer we always hoped for – someone who is fair, quick, and treats the original company owners well.

Our process is fast,
friendly, and simple

Plain Speaking:

Direct communication—no jargon, no nonsense.

Culture Preservation

We protect the unique culture of each company.

Independent Operations:

Our businesses run autonomously, steering clear of forced synergies.

Founder Respect:

Committing to the original vision of the founders.

Positive Environment:

No tolerance for toxicity; we value kindness and professionalism.


We trust our leaders and teams to excel without micromanagement.
✅ Easy 15-day diligence process focused on what matters
✅ No golden handcuffs — founders can stay or go
✅ Straightforward all cash payments
✅ No in-person meetings
The kinds of companies we usually buy are like this:

Growing and Making Money

Your company has gotten bigger because real people are buying what you're selling, and it's making good money (between $100,000 to $2 million.). Now, you're thinking about what's next: maybe you want to hand over control to someone new, or you're looking for a partner to help take your company into its next stage.

Ready for a New Owner Instead of More Investment

You've taken some investment money and built a solid business that makes a lot of money, and maybe even some profit. But it's not growing fast enough for big-time investors. You and your investors are looking for a way out that feels right and fair, and you want to pass your company on to someone who will take good care of it and everyone involved.

Time for Some Changes in Who Owns the Company

Some of the people who helped start your company or who invested early on are ready to move on. They might want to sell their part of the company. You're looking for someone nice and helpful to take their place, someone who can bring something good to the table and help your business grow.
If you're thinking your business might not be exactly what we're looking for, don't worry—send us the info anyway. We'll check it out and let you know in a couple of days if it's a match.

We enjoy buying businesses that:

Make Good Money

They earn a lot more than they spend.

Are Strong and Lasting

They're built to last and keep doing well.

Have Something Special

They stand out because of their brand, a group of supporters, or a specific area they're really good at.

Make Healthy Profits

They make between $100,000 to $2 million.

Have Been Around for a While

They've been doing well for at least two years.

Have an Awesome Team

They have a team that works well together and has a good vibe.

Are Easy to Understand

You could explain how they work to your family.

Do the Right Thing

They play fair and avoid shady business.
Executive Team

Ariestides Rosales

Co-Founder & Managing Director

Mary Grace Rosales

Co-Founder & Creative Director