Here's how it works
Who is it for?
This is a tool for all cofounders. First-time founders gain vital knowledge and insight to help focus their enthusiasm and energy. Experienced founders get to quickly manage the risks and avoid potential mistakes. The tool gives you the rigour, the best practice, and the knowledge you need.
Cofounders committed to each other and currently building a business plan
Use Rightfounder to take the headache away from getting your founding team culture, communication, collaboration and structure right.
Ideal if you are trying to figure out product-market fit, your commercial and marketing plans, your investment requirements, or your timings.
Early-stage founders who have just started executing on their plan and are finding their feet
If you have done the planning and are turning your ideas into reality, you will be fully immersed in the task at hand.
Use your Rightfounder report to make sure you are getting the most out of each other by understanding how you can all do your best work, and how that fits with your business aspirations.
Wait, I am a cofounder but I am at a different stage
Our initial tool caters for early-stage cofounders who want to do a better job on their business planning and ensure they are set up to be able to do their best work.
If you want to do the Righfounder test but are at a different stage on your cofounder journey, please register as there will be future releases for you.
Why is it important?
65% of high-potential startups fail due to cofounder fallout*. We don't want that to happen to you.
Taking the Rightfounder test is a quick and easy fix. We're not guaranteeing that you won't have disagreements, but we know you'll be far more aware of any issues and can deal with them before they become bigger problems.
As a business owner, you are making important decisions all the time; you've got a lot on your plate.
With that amount of pressure, we can all be guilty of taking our eyes off the most important things, such as the relationships with your cofounders.
To work most effectively alongside each other, and to give yourselves the best chance of success, you need to build strong foundations with your partners.