YouNoodle: A Good Place To Browse

As I was doing some research today, I stumbled upon a website that I’d thought I’d share with you. Allow me to introduce YouNoodle, an online database of startups and entrepreneurs from across the globe. For each company that joins the site, YouNoodle will gather and analyze data to give a daily score based on the founding team members, the startup idea, location, internet traffic, and some other key elements. After companies complete the survey needed to join, they will have access to YouNoodle’s analytical results for their company as well as a valuation prediction that they can track themselves. Many startups may be looking for investors, or might have already landed some venture funding to get started in the first place, but there is still a lot of value in the visibility that YouNoodle provides.

How can a company entering the expansion stage use a site like this to their advantage? Isn’t more visibility a good thing? Have you already raised a small round of seed funding, but believe some expansion capital could help you take your company to the next level? In an article I was reading CEO co-founder Bob Goodson states, “This is the first time technology has been used to help manage risk and predict growth for early-stage companies.” I still think it could be a useful tool for companies to measure some data and track their progress as they are reach the expansion stage. I’d recommend checking it out.

Glenn Michael
Glenn Michael

Former Research Associate at OpenView Venture Partners, Glenn Michael is now the Founder of Key of G Clothing and the Director of Operations of Studio 52.
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