Startups Tell All

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

This are 17 short but very interesting little stories: How Do Co-Founders Meet? 17 Startups Tell All (found on

Many of today’s most notable and successful tech companies were born not out of one, but two (and sometimes three) noggins. Entrepreneurship can be a long, lonely and hard road, so it helps to have a co-founder — he serves as a sounding board, a different point of view, a yin to your yang. He’s a beer buddy when the going gets tough, and another flute to clink when the long-awaited funding comes through. The co-founding trend is going strong, with many of today’s up-and-coming startups led by two (or more) complementary individuals. After all, if you’re going to go through the startup rollercoaster, why not share the ride with someone?

A link worth clicking. Some stories are very entertaining.

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