FORBES - May 15 - Back in 2011, Oliver Bremer was seeking a partner, a co-founder, with which to kick off a B2B-type software startup. He was not having much luck. Then it struck him that if people take to social internet sites to find love and find jobs, why not startup co-founders? And so Founder2be was born. “It’s like Match.com meets LinkedIn for startups,” Bremer said. “It’s online dating to find a cofounder.” People sign up for the service and create a profile that reflects what they are all about in the hope of attracting like-minded potential partners. So far there are~ 14K profiles across 100 countries.
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