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Because early stage start-ups need to get to an event of significance (revenue, funding etc) as fast as they can and need lot of manpower to get there. And they don't have a way to split the pie fairly for early contributors.
Don't underestimate what bunch of droplets can create - A lake, river or even an ocean. Crowd sourcing is what we propose. A 10 person team can achieve a lot more than a two person team. Proof? See every start-up that gets funded. First thing they do is hire more people.
Mobup Framework will provide documents on sharing the pie for early contributors, legal templates for forming a partenership and guidelines for project execution.
Particinpating teams will execute on an idea for real using lean start-up techniques and validate ideas.
There is so much to do in building a business, you could sharpen your skills in many of them. Just to list a few: market testing, customer acquisition, building an MVP, deployment issues, product testing, features, presentation, pitching, legal matters, investing, fund raising, user documentation, specs documentation, project management, press release, social marketing, demos, creating videos, photos, making website, blogging, customer support, accepting payments, paying out, proof-reading, leading a team, mentoring, bringing in board of advisers, email marketing, prospecting and cold-calling etc........ Develop cross functional skills. Execute an idea. Network and meet potential co-founders.