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[Equity share] Entrepreneur wants to start company with dev

Posted 02 February 2017 - 07:00 PM

My name is Shawn, 25 years old and live in Manhattan, NYC, and I have previously sold a company for $100,000+. I have capital, marketing ability, and drive to make anything I work on successful.

I have an idea for a new app that is unavailable anywhere online and that will be come successful if I can lead the project. I can't code mobile apps, and this company will be centered purely on mobile.

I will handle logistics and marketing, but I need you to develop the app. We'll sign contracts, converse through skype/email frequently (I'll fly out to you when necessary), and you'll learn my entire history (I'll provide proof for everything I've written so far).

Equity will be 50/50 as well as revenue. I will handle expenses and approach VCs for sunk costs. This idea will be successful and will be bought out, allowing us live comfortably for a long time. Please send your portfolio or any projects you've already worked on and then we'll hop on a call together.

Shawn

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Re: [Equity share] Entrepreneur wants to start company with dev

Posted 02 February 2017 - 08:53 PM

Your thread has been moved to our Volunteer Jobs and Collaborative Teambuilding forum. Please remember that threads seeking volunteer help, a group to learn together, or a group to work on a hobbyist project do not belong in the general help forums or our paid jobs forum.
The paid jobs forum is strictly for jobs for which you intend to pay some definite sum in a negotiable currency. Shares in future profits, in-game currencies, and promises of possible employment do not qualify.
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