Wednesday, December 28, 2011
This are 17 short but very interesting little stories: How Do Co-Founders Meet? 17 Startups Tell All (found on http://mashable.com).
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.