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Should I look for a business co-founder?


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Absolutely, mate. Bringing a business co-founder on board can be a game-changer, especially if you're more of the visionary or the technical wizard. Here's the deal: running a startup isn't just about having a killer idea or groundbreaking tech; it's as much about the savvy to sell that idea, manage the operations, and keep the finances tight. That's where a solid business co-founder comes into play.

They're the ones who can navigate the murky waters of business strategy, fundraising, and growth tactics while you focus on developing the product or service. It’s like having a right hand who speaks the language of investors, understands market dynamics, and keeps the engine running smoothly.

So, if you’re questioning whether you need a business partner, think about where your gaps are. If you find yourself sweating at the thought of pitch decks, market analyses, or balance sheets, then it’s a no-brainer—get yourself a business co-founder who complements your skills. After all, a startup thrives on a balanced team where skills complement, leading to stronger strategies and a resilient business structure. Cheers to finding your business match!

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2 hours ago, Jeremy Lorne said:

Absolutely, mate. Bringing a business co-founder on board can be a game-changer, especially if you're more of the visionary or the technical wizard. Here's the deal: running a startup isn't just about having a killer idea or groundbreaking tech; it's as much about the savvy to sell that idea, manage the operations, and keep the finances tight. That's where a solid business co-founder comes into play.

They're the ones who can navigate the murky waters of business strategy, fundraising, and growth tactics while you focus on developing the product or service. It’s like having a right hand who speaks the language of investors, understands market dynamics, and keeps the engine running smoothly.

So, if you’re questioning whether you need a business partner, think about where your gaps are. If you find yourself sweating at the thought of pitch decks, market analyses, or balance sheets, then it’s a no-brainer—get yourself a business co-founder who complements your skills. After all, a startup thrives on a balanced team where skills complement, leading to stronger strategies and a resilient business structure. Cheers to finding your business match!

Solid bit of advice there Jeremy!

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