[Edit: Founder Dating’s CEO, Jessica Alter, politely asked me to remove the word “spam” from the title of this post because that word implies I didn’t know a message would be sent out.
I have changed the post’s title at her request.] A week ago, a friend of mine asked me to write a recommendation for him on Founder
If I had clicked it I would have had a chance to change the text of the outgoing message.] I was humiliated this morning when one of my contacts sent me a heartfelt thank-you. Apply here For fuck’s sake, at this point I most certainly DO NOT recommend people use Founder Dating. I have shut them off from sending more messages on Linked In. Founder Dating’s CEO, Jessica Alter, contacted me and we exchanged several emails. She requested that I make some corrections to this post, which I have done.
I first came across this site last year when I returned to Vancouver.
Founderdating is a website looking to bring together cofounders from both the business side and the technical side.
I mean, people are leaving all the time.” Alter has been in the community for awhile, having been a business development leader at Bebo, and she’s seen quite a bit — “I just had lunch with one friend who just left their team, and got a text from another at the same time who had done the same thing.
One of the things we want to do in the future is figure out how we can provide suggestions for matches, or give warnings if we think things won’t work out.” And like the events, which Founder Dating has done around a dozen of so far in the past year or so, the site stresses privacy.