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June 21st, 2011

Websites to help find your co-founder

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Written by: Balaji
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Finding a co-founder is one of the most critical things for a startup. Running a startup is hard enough thing to run as a team, and running alone could be a nightmare. One of the best places to find your cofounder is tapping your network of friends, colleagues and classmates. Apart from LinkedIn and tapping your collage/school contacts, you can use some of these dedicated tools to find your co-founder.

Foundrs.com – Provides an online virtual incorporation that is accepted in the US and a few other countries. This helps you to find and partner with cofounders while reducing risk and red tape.

Partnerup.com – Users can connect to other entrepreneurs and network in a facebook wall like interface.

TechCoFounder.com - Wannabe entrepreneurs can create their profile for free and startups can post wanted cofounder ad for $99.

KoFounder.com – You need to login to create an idea and get reviewed by the crowd who can tag it as rocks or sucks. Most of the ideas are whacky though.

FindMyCofounder.com – This is a simple listing site where you can specify geography and skillsets. But their data is sparse for India.

 

 



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Balaji
+Balaji heads a consultancy firm - Agni Innovation Labs - that helps small businesses, law firms and political campaigners launch their brand successfully. The services include blogging, press releases, social media strategy development and email campaigning. Contact the author: balaji [at] theagni [dot] com for more details.




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