Shares in the company.
Finding cofounders and investors.
Getting past the hurdle of initial market entry, which is difficult since nobody wants to be first to join a networking platform.
Two target groups (see website elody.com for details):
-Software developers: People who write useful software. Can be hobbyists or professionals. (The focus is on growing this target group initially before looking for end users)
-End users: People who have software problems they want solved quickly and easily.
Improve on the one and a half years of development work our CEO/CTO has already done and take over any aspects of it that you are good at: Python, Django, server adminstration, AI, ...
A decade from now, Elody will be smart and versatile enough that it will be the first stop for anyone with a software problem, whether a businessman or a private individual. Join and you will be able to say you were there when it started. And also get incredibly rich in the process.