CoFoundersLab Goes Global

On Wednesday, CoFoundersLab’ s free online matchmaking platform announced it was expanding its service worldwide.

The matchmaking platform, which had attracted over 13,000 entrepreneurs in just one a half years, had previously been available in only in the United States and Canada.

The entrepreneurial site also announced that it was expanding its co-founder matching events outside of the U.S.

The matchmaking platform has been hosting the events for more than 3 years in more than 25 cities across the United States and other large cities in the world including Tel Aviv, Toronto, and Santiago.

The CoFoundersLab platform has already had a big impact in the United States in accelerating business formation and supporting both aspiring and seasoned entrepreneurs.  In addition, the platform has partnered with universities, economic development offices, and other startup ecosystem organizations allowing them to leverage the platform to help their respective communities be more effective and efficient in building founding teams. These partners include TechStars, Harvard University, and Startup Maryland.

“Allowing international membership was one of our most frequently requested features, and we’re excited to introduce the rest of the world to our community of entrepreneurs!” CoFoundersLab write on their blog.

If you are looking for a Co-founder for your startup, or a startup that you can join, head over to CoFoundersLab.

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Written by Regina Timothy

Editor of TechNews Report. Loves all things technology

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