Business planning · Ideation

Sharing Startups Ideas to improve them

Fabrizio Bertoglio I develope Ruby on Rails Applications

April 2nd, 2017

thanks a lot for your help.

I think would be a good idea to share our StartUp projects before starting to build them (at least some of them), so that we can understand if they are worth investing time in it. Also if you have some website link where I can find this type of help, please suggest it to me in your answer. I am sharing a Google Doc, in which you can:

  1. Add your ideas/projects
  2. Comment my ideas/projects
  3. Write anything you think will be useful in that matter

This is the link to be used Google Document

Thanks a lot for your help I wish you good luck with your Startup and I am hear to help


Fabrizio Bertoglio

John Obinel CEO. blogger and Author

April 6th, 2017

I think this idea has some negative implications because some people could exploit your intellectual property.

It is advisable you use the right methods of startup evaluation rather than posting it online broadly like this.

Paul Benedetto Many time entrepreneur, advisor and financial guy

April 4th, 2017

Fabrizio, I found this historical discussion thread within CoFoundersLab, which might be helpful to you:

In general, I would suggest against posting in a wide-open manner as you have done, mainly for protection reasons - if you have a great idea - flesh it out some, then begin to socialize it a bit within a trusted network to begin validating. As you feel more comfortable with the group and/or individuals who are providing insight, you can then build a team around the idea, and in turn, expose more confidential info to them.

Fabrizio Bertoglio I develope Ruby on Rails Applications

April 2nd, 2017

You can also post hear if you have done some editing to the document. The basic idea is also finding people to build the App with

Dalton Kreiss Entrepreneur interested in joint ventures

June 5th, 2017

Hi Fabrizio,

Here is a website that you can contact for affordable idea validation practices and startup consulting.

Startups from my grad school, HHL, have an 8/10 success rate because of the idea validation and startup process that we rigorously follow!