Today, it’s expanding on the effort by launching a web site that screens then connects those looking for colleagues, and by announcing meetups in new cities including New York, then Boston and Los Angeles.The new site is designed to be like a private Linked In for entrepreneurs, founder Jessica Alter explains.He happened to be hitting the off-season right when I was trying to get started — and everything went from there.Founder Dating has been working to solve the cofounder connection problem by running regular meetups in San Francisco and Seattle.It lets users create profiles about themselves and what they’re interested, and includes search filters for finding people by event, city, interest area, skills, desired starting date, and overall status.A Founder Talk section lets users post messages about what who they’re looking for and what they’re trying to do.The goal is to provide a 50/50 split between technical and business types.
The Founder Dating site, as with the events, has a special focus on screening for qualifications and experiences — in particular to make sure that people are committed, and are actually recruiting cofounders not employees.
Formerly, she was the Director of Platform and Business Development at Bebo.
She leads the platform strategy and community at Bebo.
Founder Dating is a network of talented entrepreneurs with different backgrounds and skill sets all ready to start their next company or project.
All too often you know people with similar backgrounds and skills sets to your own.
They help you find cofounders with complementary skill sets."Founder Dating is a network of talented entrepreneurs with different backgrounds and skill sets all ready to start their next company or project.