I'm taking my first few steps in attracting a co-founder. With all the questions, comments and advice I've read concerning attracting a co-founder comes down to integrity...thee most important "factor" over idea, knowledgeable and technical experience.
This is what I require Senior IT (or equivalent) person with the ability to construct and develop a digital web network. With the understanding that coding is very time consuming, demanding and is a large part of this concept - overseeing sub-contracting duties and milestones would assist with said responsibilities.
At present I have diagram process, demo and older coding written by app developer (09).
The concept ideally lends it self as a social network, operating with in the tourism/ small business consumer market. The revenue streams are solid, measurable and in demand.
The concept has great potential if it reaches market, my first co-founder "only require two" is going to be an IT individual that after meeting me and viewing demo believe they have what it take to pull this off.
Based on risk, market potential and most important our chemistry, I would allow them to tell me what percentage of this concept they would be okay and happy with.
In my view, there are a lot of knowledgeable people out in the world and they should be wealthy. Is this the right direction for me to head in?