With a community of more than 400.000 entrepreneurs CoFoundersLab is a great place to go look for your partner-to-be. The community will also help give you feedback, validate your idea and support you through those long startup nights.
The Hub is Scandinavia's biggest site for recruiting people to your startup, co-founders included. Besides Scandinavia, they're also present in Ireland. Make an engaging job post for your co-founder position and watch while the applications roll in.
At F6S you can post jobs and start searching for the perfect co-founder to join your startup. F6S is a huge network for founders around the globe and is a great place to look for your next partner in crime.
For all startups based in Asia, this is where you go to find team members and look for the right co-founder. Set up criteria, write what you're looking for and describe why your new co-founder should join your startup. From there, all you have to do is post, promote and wait for the applications to come.
Angel List Talent is a great place to start your search for the perfect co-founder. The Angel List universe is one of the biggest networks for founders, investors and entrepreneurial souls, so chances are you'll find what you're looking for right here.
For UK based startups and founders-to-be this is the place to go. As a founder, you can set up a startup profile, describe your idea or startup and post your co-founder opening to start getting contacted by the talents you're looking for.
Meetup is not offline per se. At least not in the beginning. Originally it's an app designed to help travellers find local events where ever they are - and people to go with. But why not look for co-founders too? Find a business event to attend or arrange one yourself, then start mingling.
Startup Weekend is created by giants in the startup world, TechStars and Google for Startups. Together, they host 54 hour weekend events during which you can meet investors, mentors, sponsors and co-founders. Ready for an intense and amazing experience? Then Startup Weekend is where to go.
Did you know founder speed dating was a thing? We didn't. But now we do, and who are we kidding? It completely makes sense. If you're up for it, browse through Eventbrite to find events near you - then get ready to meet your new co-founder.
The ground stones for many startups are laid on university campusses. Maybe it's the atmosphere of new knowledge, aspiring talents and big dreams, we don't know. Nevertheless, if you're a student founder looking for a co-founder, you should hit the next university event and do some networking.
Chances are you already know your co-founder. At least there is a chance. There's a reason why you know the people you know, and while you may not want your best friend to be your co-founder, there's probably someone in your network, who would be awesome for the job. The benefit? You already have an idea of their skills and personality. Now all you have to do is find common startup ground.