A California-based startup is offering a free platform for users to post ideas. From start to launch, Ideator provides advisors and investors to those who want to bring an idea to life.
SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco and San Diego based Ideator, a free service that allows users to collaborate with trusted professionals who will offer insight and strategies on how to help an idea become a multimillion dollar business, is giving away $10,000 along with access to Ideator’s Advisory Board (My Space Founder Aber Whitcomb, former Salesforce.com executive starter Julie Trell and more), free tools from sponsors, and key mentors and investors.
Anyone with a business idea is encouraged to sign up before December 13, 2015 at 5pm. Ideator advisors will pick the top 5 ideas to pitch to their judges. Judges will pick the winner of $10,000.
The judging team is made up of the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Salesforce’s Head of Salesforce for Startups, Sugar Paper’s Founder, Box.org’s Executive Director and CEO of Crunchbase.
Google, CrunchBase, LegalZoom, ListHunt, Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, Salesforce.org, box.org, Pledge 1%, Band of Angels and Perkinscoie.
The site allows users to create private or public circles depending on preferences to share, protect and secure concepts. Users can take advantage of this platform from anywhere in the world, in any industry and at any stage.
Ideator is based out of San Francisco and San Diego and have helped people all over the globe. Advisors include experts from Google, Facebook, Salesforce.com, LinkedIn, AOL, Goldman Sachs and more.
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For more information, please visit: https://www.ideator.com.