VON / Bringing Your Tech Startup Idea to Life!
Apply VON Program

Giri┼čim St├╝dyosu (Venture Studio) ve Giri┼čim Ortakl─▒─č─▒


The Importance of a Technical Co-Founder in Internet Startups

Who is a Technical Co-Founder?

A technical co-founder is someone who shares the same responsibility and effort as you in creating a product that users will love. They are your partner who is dedicated entirely to helping you create a product from scratch.

Having a technical co-founder increases the likelihood of your startup's success. Co-founders with technology knowledge and programming skills can help you create a product with various competitive features.

Your idea becomes a reality

Technical co-founders can help you turn your idea into a reality. Let's assume that you have a great idea for the tech world. If you don't know how to implement your idea technically, it will unfortunately remain just on paper. A co-founder who is well-versed in technology can help you along the way.

We cannot deny the fact that technology is everywhere and even appears in our daily tasks. Even if you want to open a cozy restaurant or a comfortable guesthouse in a quaint town, you will eventually need to create an application to streamline your business operations as you grow.

Does your startup need a technical co-founder?

The answer to this question varies depending on who you ask. If you are someone who can manage both the technological and business aspects of your company well, then you may not need one. However, if you focus only on the business side, you may fall behind on the technological side. Take Apple, for example - Jobs was an entrepreneur, and Wozniak was his tech genius.

A technical co-founder is the person responsible for the technological development of the company. They share the same vision for the product and contribute as much as possible in terms of technological advice and product improvements.

You may have heard that three out of every four startups fail within the first year. Having a technical co-founder can help prevent your startup from becoming one of those failed ventures.