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People — Cyntax Labs

Friends of Cyntax

So next thing on agenda, is creating something called The Friends of Cyntax. Here is the W5H …

What?

A closed forum where we bounce-off our (premature) ideas, discuss issues (and seek resolutions), flaunt our achievements (and throw parties) and share our lessons (and seek feedback) . We plan to make it as interactive as possible and may be even “coerce”" our “friends” to participate in.

Who?

A group of friends, family, adversaries, clients, leads, teachers, mentors, ex-employers, partners, prospective hires, all those interesting people we meet on networking events etc. (referred collectively as “friends” henceforth :)). Closed. By recommendation OR invitation.

Why?

Because we need a guardian angel. We need help. With our endeavors. With this large and diverse set of people, most of them mature and experienced enough to take on the world by themselves, we will feel safe. Their experience will help us avoid pitfalls and most common mistakes that businesses make. Also since many “friends” are domain experts, we will approach them for data, insights and operations.

When?

The compilation has already started. We have some seven names now. The youngest of the lot is 21. Or is he 20? And the oldest is around 50. Anyone in particular you think we should approach and beg/plead/bribe/pay to be a friend?

How? Where?

We are still debating. It could be a FB group, a mailing list, a Google/Yahoo group, a regular meeting event or a combination of any of these. Each has its merits and demerits. Someone with an idea?

Right now it is too loose a thought but it has great potential. It could become serious networking tool, a job board, a not for profit start-up in its own right and so many other things. All with the objective of helping other people start up.

And why would someone want to be a part of “friends”? Because you guys love us :D. And then some other tangibles are learning from other intelligent people like you, networking with them and may be, explore opportunities.

BTW, do YOU want in?

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