How you can identify where to start looking for a co-founder or partner if you’re feeling a bit lost on how or where to start
If you’ve decided you need a co-founder for the many benefits it offers OR if you just don’t like working alone and for that reason are exploring options of finding someone to help you build your business, you're likely wondering: where do I start looking for a co-founder? How do I go about looking for a co-founder?
Why it's important to be clear on what you're looking for in a co-founder. (3:22)
3 resources you can use when looking for a co-founder. (5:59)
The value of your personal network. (6:25)
About founder matchmaking/dating sites. (8:41)
How creating a shortlist can help during the process. (14:00)
Startup Advantage Eps 19 - How To Choose An Aligned Co-founder
Startup Advantage Eps 18 - 2 Questions Closer To Knowing If Partnering Is For You
Online meeting/community events/networking site: https://www.meetup.com/
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