This is a guest post by Eric Rogness
“Look for someone who is frankly passionate about your idea or concept,” says Bohdan Zabawskyj, who has helmed technology for a number successful early stage start-ups, including Clearnet, Redknee, Rypple and Mercatus and advisors many more, including Kik.
Bohdan Zabawkyj was the guest for StartupGrind Toronto recently. He believes strongly that non techies not settle for just any developer. Nor should you settle for just any really, really talented developer. Instead, beyond talent – which is a given – it is absolutely vital that the cofounder capture the passion and the vision for the business. “It’s tough…because someone who is a great developer is in high demand, let alone working for equity,” he counselled. If you missed it, you can see him share his thoughts here:
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