Finding a co-founder can be tough. Our community is here to expand your network and help you find the right co-founder.
We've built our platform and search algorithim to make finding a match as easy as possible. Our intuitive messaging system provides quick and easy communication amongst other co-founders and our filters allow you to easily narrow down the type of co-founder you're after.
Here's just a few good reasons:
Having a company and investment rely on a single founder flags numerous potential issues for investors. Since there is no co-founder to fall back on if something happens to the individual, it hightens the risk of their investment.
Making big decisions when starting and running a company can have a huge impact on the growth of a business. This impact can either help or hinder the business hence why having someone to bounce ideas off of can help give you confidence in your decisions or surface flaws you may not have thought of.
The day to day responsibility of running a business is often taken lightly until it comes to actually doing it. Having a cofounder focus on or help you with a particular part of the business will help alleviate that stress, especially when the company is still small and resources are stretched.
Arguably one of the most important factors when looking for a co-founder is what skills they will bring to the table. Having someone come onboard and provide the missing piece of the puzzle for launching or running your business effectively will feel like wind in your sails.
Starting a business generally involves a lot of blood, sweat and tears from its' founders - particularly so if the business is bootstrapped. Having double the dedicated labour in the form of a co-founder will help you get to MVP quicker.
Starting a business can be expensive. The opportunity to work with a co-founder will allow you to split the initial costs of getting a working product or prototype going, which will in turn allow you to raise funds at a higher valuation.