Beta launch · Venture capital

When you first start up what is the best way to approach looking for a partner?

Alexius Moore

September 30th, 2016

I'm building a platform for business development, investors and connecting some other factors in starting small businesses.

I am looking for a business partner in the Atlanta Area as this is a Hugh market for creativity and new ideas.

What is the best way to find a good partner that will elevate the brand as much as you will?

Alan Holmes Master Connector

September 30th, 2016

Good morning Alexius,I hope life is finding you well.I may a solution for you.There is a business associate of mine and he lives in Atlanta.If interested,please contact me at 888-232-4818 ext. 85  or Text "83836 to 98028" or

Dawn Mallory Freelance

October 1st, 2016

Hi Alexius, I am a partner facilitator and mediator working on a platform that will help women like yourself.  I find in my mediation practice that founders have business checklists for vetting partners but they don't always consider what the underlying relationship should look like for them.  In your mental vision board, what does that perfect partner look like to you?  That might help you to narrow your search a bit so that your encounters become less and less random.  If you expand your geographical search as well, you might find a perfect match.  I met someone here in LA who could be a good match for you.  If interested reach out and I will be happy to share the contact with you.  Good Luck!

Dane Madsen Organizational and Operational Strategy Consultant

October 1st, 2016

Be absolutely clear what your strengths and weaknesses are personally. Find a partner that shores up your weaknesses and do not duplicate yourself.  Then haunt where these people hangout.