Too many start-ups with high potential for success die, because they might not find the right people or good investors. A web entrepreneur marketplace that supports the exchange of knowledge, skill and investments could counteract this trend.
Skillshare is a community marketplace to learn anything from anyone. This concept could be used for web entrepreneurship. Instead of focusing on education the mission of the platform could be
framed around the needs of web entrepreneurs. Share expertise, ideas and investment opportunities.
What if someone has a great business idea and needs people with specific skills for support? He/she could use the platform to find people.
What if someone wants to invest into web start-ups with a great business concept? He/she could use the platform to connect with entrepreneurs.
What if someone has an interest in web start-ups and can offer useful expertise? He/she could use the platform find start-ups that need his/her specific skills and expertise.
The concept is simple: One can either offer specific skills/money or look for people/investments.
Who knows, maybe you'll find THE person in your area/community, who can help your start-up to be a success.