Seed and Venture Services

The challenge

For an early stage company, forming the right team is critical to your future success. As a non-tech founder, it can be challenging to bring on technology leadership due to the difficulty vetting qualified individuals and the lack of resources needed to attract a full-time Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Finding the right technical cofounder can take months, even up to a year, during which time the progress on your product stalls. Our team of architects has extensive experience serving as CTOs and can bring high-level technology guidance into your company.

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  • CTO Matchmaking & Braintrust
  • Platform Agnostic
  • Rapid, Scalable Development (done right, the first time)
  • Metrics analysis, implementation, and KPI guidance


  • Fundraising Support
  • Fully-developed Technical Spec – System Architecture Diagram & Product Roadmap
  • Refactor and optimize existing codebase
  • Transparent & Trusted Process

Product Launch& Acceleration

  • De-risked Delays and Reduced Overhead
  • Stabilize Production
  • Stress Test (DDOS Attacks, Materials Review)
  • Ux/Ui Review and Recommendations Based on Metrics


  • Technology Hiring & Vetting
  • Team Configuration & Audits
  • Augment Existing Teams
  • Hiring Strategy

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