It’s a reminder of the great little innovation bubble we live in that we always hear about startups trying to grow while the rest of the business world seems to be shrinking. Sure, startups are affected by the recession but that doesn’t mean firing is a bigger concern than hiring. Just the opposite.
We’ve just launched a new section of our site where we’ll be highlighting jobs at great startups in the Flow Ventures network (our investments, our clients and our friends). We’ll also be promoting entrepreneurs who are looking to find co-founders. If you’re looking for co-founders (no matter where you are), send us a bit about yourself and who you’re looking for. We’ll help get the word out.
Take a look: http://flowventures.standoutjobs.com
At Flow Ventures, we have the privilege of working with startups from the idea stage to periods of rapid growth. One thing experienced entrepreneurs know is that there isn’t anything more important than building a great team. But it’s not easy. You have to find people with a combination of skill, passion (bordering on fanaticism), and humor. When you’re trying to find co-founders, you need people who understand that your project is a long-term commitment.
We’re launching with postings for a senior C# Web developerhere and here), a project manager, and a PHP developer/founder for a file-sharing startup. Stay tuned for more.