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    putting together team of programers, designers, entrepreneurs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Booy View Post
    Hi!

    My name is Booy Faassen and I live in southern Sweden. I'm interested in companies and businesses.

    I'm putting together an exclusive team of programers, web designers and entrepreneurs.
    The team will be from 4-5 members of people from all over the world and of all ages!
    I'm not so good at programing my self but I have connections to companies which are specialized in web hosting and Marketing Advertisement.

    This is going to be an exclusive project. But I don't know what we are going to build jet.
    That's why I need partners. The idea is to just brainstorm together.
    We will together develop a new program, software or website.
    We will work in the weekends and in our spare time.
    We will not get paid per hour or month but we will share the income of the future businesses.
    We will all get a percentage of the company based on what we'r doing and investing.

    If you think that you can be part of this, please email me on Booy@faassenmedia.nl or on skype: Booy.faassen

    Thank you!

    Booy Faassen, entrepreneur
    Hi,

    Please email me your offer to tabish.naeem [at] midgr.com and I will forward it to the marketing guys. They're always forging alliances and partnerships with startups.


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    Plan several months ahead, rather than scrambling to make an immediate hire. ...
    Use technology-enabled recruiting services to find potential hires. ...
    Showcase why candidates should choose your startup over a large tech company. ...
    Sweeten the stock option package. ...
    Think of training as part of the hiring process


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    Good, let's get to it.
    Start with you. ...
    Hire action-takers who can get the job done. ...
    Don't build a team for a startup. ...
    Hire people who understand the importance of customer service. ...
    Personalities matter. ...
    Be a ringmaster. ...
    Consider investing in a recruiter. ...
    Avoid homogeneity in your team.


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    Developers and programming engineers assume a crucial job in there are numerous parts to this group: website specialists, programming architects, and software engineers. Be that as it may, in this period of the tech business, amassing a specialized group can be Like Silicon Valley in the U.S., Europe's pioneering hotspots, including .


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