DesignCrowd founder and chief executive Alec Lynch on the pros and cons of having co-founders, how many is ideal and where you find them.
So, you have a million-dollar business idea, but haven’t started working on it. You might be wondering: “do I need a co-founder?”
Most successful start-ups or tech businesses have multiple founders. Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Groupon, Uber, Square, Instagram, to name a few.
But does it make sense for you?
For some businesses, having co-founders occurs organically. You discuss a business idea with a friend or group of people and start working on it together.
However, in many cases, bringing on a co-founder (or co-founders) will be a conscious decision.
In this article, I will look at six questions that will help you determine if getting a co-founder is right for you and, if so, what to look for in a co-founder.
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