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  • Selecting Co-founders/Initial Teams

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  • David

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    October 28, 2019 at 11:47 am

    I’m looking to start a company that (relatively) uniquely pairs two areas of technology in a manufacturing-type setting. This idea has been implemented before, there’s even a unicorn doing something similar, but I still believe there is great potential. I know this because I worked at the unicorn and saw many areas that could be improved through proper scaling and alignment. Another person and I have discussed starting this company but I’m realizing that him and I have pretty much the same skills and that doesn’t seem ideal. We haven’t started anything yet. I have a wide enough network that I could put together a pretty capable and diverse team but I’m also stuck because the person I’ve discussed this with is a good friend. Anyone have any suggestions or advice? Happy to clarify where relevant. – by hq overview MUNKYCHEESE – –

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