Hi. I'm Co-founder & CEO of ZenOnco.io. We are into cancer care healthtech. Please let me know if you'd be interested in having a discussion in leading our tech vision as CTO. We have big plans in tech and need a visionary, ambitious & curious leader for it. I am reachable at email@example.com
Hi @Dimple, unfortunately this is a Q&A forum for entrepreneurship, not a job board. If you're seeking a lead technical person, I recommend an actual job board or using the NETWORK area and searching people's skills and interests, then contacting them directly.
Keep in mind that CTO means something specific, usually not what you actually need. Start by making a list of the actual requirements for this role and solicit those instead of a title. The first technical leader is not inherently a CTO. You will find much greater success when you reserve the C-level titles for people who have earned them, not your first employees. Always lead with the details. Titles don't matter, except when they're C-level, so your description of needs and wants means way more to candidates than anything else.
Since technical skills are in very high demand and those people have thousands of options to choose from, you would help yourself by describing what you have done in your business to reduce the risks so the position has a desirable future.
You have an interesting website. I would have to see a business plan to learn more. Not sure if or where the need would be in the United States. I like the collective one stop shop approach. Anything these days that can collect and organize the vast amount of data and information online into one location is a need and beneficial. So as a world we went from no access or limited access to information to instant access to unlimited information. Happy to take a look at your business plan.