High_five RF.png

Unearth your perfect cofounder profile 

Your success depends on the strength of your founding team. Rightfounder helps you understand what you need from your cofounder.

Find out what type of cofounder(s) you should be seeking, what you need to think about and what it means for your business.  

Who it is for

Solo Bridge Small.jpg

Anyone seeking a cofounder

Our tool is designed for you if you are thinking about teaming up with a cofounder or cofounders. Whether you are just starting out or are already up and running, Rightfounder helps understand what sort of cofounders you should be looking for and what to consider.

Team Bridge Coming Soon_edited.jpg

New and existing cofounder teams

There are two or more of you. Whether you are just starting out or have already set up your business, we have the tools to help you improve, nurture, protect and mend your relationship. 

What we assess


Do you share the same ambitions, are you motivated by the same things, are you pulling in the same direction?

Startup small.png


What are you good at, how do you work, where should you lead and where do need some help?

Skills small.png


What makes you tick, what is your working style and how does that impact those around you?

garden small.png


Is your business a good match with the needs and ambitions of yourself and your cofounders?Dont get caught out.

balance small.png

What you get

65% of high-potential startups fail due to cofounder fallout*. We help you avoid this fate. Our tailored reports help you understand more about yourself and your cofounders.


The Rightfounder tool kit focuses on the most critical factors which determine whether you are set up for success. We show where you need to align, what your differences mean and how that impacts your business. 


By giving you a framework to think about your cofounder relationships we make it easier for you to build a better business.

mutual_assistance RF.png

What our founder community is saying about us

I love this report, it’s so interesting, the things it brings up; we are much more aligned now than we were at the beginning.

I wish it had existed for my first business. We fell out badly; it got really messy, stressful, and expensive. Something as simple as this might have helped us sort things before it was too late. 

As a result of taking the test, we've had discussions to drive more clarity on financial expectations and our working patterns.

This is so useful. I'm so much happier going into business with my co-founder as a result of this. We are a pretty good match, but it meant we talked about and sorted stuff we didn't see eye-to-eye on

We can use this to have a discussion about topics (such as future plans) with more info as we're aware exactly of what the other is looking for

The value I got from the report was a sense of covering all bases, leaving no important topics ignored, and legitimacy in bringing potentially difficult topics up

Led to a grown up discussion on different styles but most useful was it threw up a key concern for co-founder which I had missed

Rightfounder helped us talk openly and explicitly for the first time about our motivations and expectations, and to think and work through where these might cause friction

The report was really well laid out and presented

RightFounder does a good job at highlighting and visualising what is important to the Founder

It highlighted some blind spots that I think we both knew were there

It actually made me think more about compatibility with my cofounder. It also forces you to have to those difficult discussions which you may not want to bring up until it all goes pear-shaped

Featured At