Are you a startup founder in need of a technical co-founder? Or an entrepreneur in search of a marketing whiz to help launch your product? An excellent way to discover compatible talent is to utilize variety of collaboration platforms. While tools like GitHub, CapLinked, and Asana are well known, there are a variety of new collaboration tools you can consider integrating into your growth strategy.
Check out the following five finds to see which ones will help you source potential partners for your entrepreneurial endeavor.
Inventalator offers a product development platform for entrepreneurs. Receive feedback on your concept, vote on products in development, and offer insights to other entrepreneurs on their product/market fit.
Partner Hunt lets users source investors and business partners based upon geographic location. Find anyone from a mobile app developer to a silent business partner. Partner Hunt is brand new, so be prepared for limited engagement opportunities until more potential users discover the platform.
Sproutr offers a collaboration platform for entrepreneurs. Brainstorm with other founders, offer insights to grow your reputation, and connect with other Sproutr users around the globe.
Discovereel offers a ‘conscious co-creation community’ for entrepreneurs. Users can network with other entrepreneurs, source co-founders, and collaborate with other platform users on projects (youtube.com/watch?v=Vqbwj4sugrI).
A Team 4 a Dream
A Team 4 a Dream provides a collaboration platform for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and programmers. Offer your services, discover intriguing projects, and advise entrepreneurs. Work in online project rooms, chat with founders, and negotiate payment for services rendered.
Discovering intriguing new collaboration tools can help you grow your startup and build your brand’s reputation at the same time. The time and effort you put into helping other entrepreneurs can result in long-lasting business relationships. Many of today’s successful angel investors started out as business founders with a penchant for networking. Instead of thinking of collaborating with others as time away from your own project, consider the mentoring time as an investment in your long-term reputation.
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