I'm looking for an experienced and skilled web developer to join me in a startup venture.
I'm attempting to start this business without venture capital. I've conducted extensive research and have a solid business plan. As incentive to join me I will give the partner a sizeable interest in the company thus entitling them to directly partake in the company's profits.
I would prefer to find a partner based in the Twin Cities Metro but will consider highly skilled and experienced developers that live in other locations, however, they must be based within the United States.
DO NOT respond if you are a company or an individual seeking outsourced development business or if you are based outside the United States.
If you want to be a part of this opportunity and have a �can-do� attitude, are hard working, have excellent web application development skills and are willing to give 110% to make this business opportunity a reality, then please send your resume and portfolio details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bonus Skills ------------ XML Flash / ActionScript Director / Lingo [ September 18, 2005: Message edited by: James Lig ]
How long will it take to start making money? That depends on how long it takes to develop the site and to start recruiting customers.
recruiting customers. For some reason this site sounds like a pyramid scheme to me. Without telling us what the site will "sell" or provide. What type of business is it. Are you selling a product, or just trying to get a pyramid scheme going, in which the "partner" helping with the website design is lucky enough to be near or at the top of the pyramid.
... there is no direct remuneration to the partner (or the owner) until the business starts to generate a profit. So unless you have enough savings or another means of supporting yourself the expectation is that the site would be developed (with the owner) after hours and on weekends. Once the business is profitable enough the owner and partner could quit their current jobs and work the business full-time.
So be aware, and very wary... [ September 17, 2005: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]