10 Best Websites to Find Co-founders for Startups

cofounderslab

CoFoundersLab prides itself of a network of 40,000 entrepreneurs, advisers and interns who make a great combination all together for the newest entrepreneurs and startups. To join the site is free, unlike FounderDating, there isn’t any screening involved. You post your profile for free and are allowed to search the whole network for your ideal partner.

Using the basic plan or free plan if you like, you can contact a maximum of 5 co-founders per month. However, a payment plan is available that offers a wide range of features like the ability to contact an unlimited number of co-founders per month, suggestions of recommended candidates for your startup and priority in search listings where you get seen on top of the results page when entrepreneurs are searching for co-founders[6]. Other advantages of the subscription plan include the ability to see who viewed you, a compatibility score gauge and advanced filtering. If you do choose to join CoFoundersLab, it is like a dating network for entrepreneurs, advisors and interns and has the largest pool of the same so far. The plans start from $20 per month for 3 months, $17 per month for 6 months and $10 per month for 12 months.

Founder2be

This has been compared to the dating site Match.com, but for the tech co-founders, developers, designers and other geeks all over the world. Creating an account is simple and not subject to any rigorous checks. On this platform, you can find your co-founder in whatever shape and skill-set you desire. The platform accommodates developers, designers, engineers, marketers, product managers, business developers, salespersons and advisors. You can also launch your startup on the site, get your very first customers and get funding.

younoodle

Younoodle is a totally different platform in terms of operation and it uses competitions and contests to connect co-founders, entrepreneurs and advisors together. Itself a startup has carried out 400 different contests and challenges. After the contests, opportunities arise for the various co-founders and entrepreneurs including the ability to get funding from the investors who were following the competitions. Universities, governments, accelerators and corporations have used the platform to judge and screen applicants for various competitions or funding deals.

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