“I love going to movies, especially to see flicks with mind-blowing action like Iron Man and The Avengers. However, I would rather talk start-up than see a movie,” admits Adam Fridman, who founded the start-up company MeetAdvisors.com (http://meetadvisors.com/)
“During entrepreneurial networking events this year, I realized a pattern among attendees. One group includes passionate, energy-infused, patience-lacking entrepreneurs looking for, well just about everything: funding, advice, mentors and an array of services from accounting and legal to marketing and PR. The other group consists of what I will call advisers willing to provide what entrepreneurs need, mostly at no cost to start the relationships.”
This observation gave Fridman an idea, and that idea evolved into MeetAdvisors.com—a place where advisors can give back by helping new entrepreneurs. Among the companies offering advice on business development, internet, information technology, marketing and more are Stampedeinteractive, ADP and Moshe Klein & Associates.
To become an advisor, visit www.meetadvisors.com. After confirmation of their business savvy seen on LinkedIn and other social media sites, professionals are deemed worthy of the advisor title. Once on board, entrepreneurs may request their advice. In return, entrepreneurs leave a review for the advisor. This actually allows advisors to improve their skills since, as Frank Oppenheimer puts it, “the best way to learn is to teach.”
“Let’s face it, we all know entrepreneurs are working within constraints:
For more information, visit www.meetadvisors.com. To set up an interview, call 888-495-5666 (tel:888-495-