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What I usually use is Upwork, just google it. I am not in any way affiliated with them, but you get any type of work done very fast and it works for me. I always go with the fixed price option (not the hourly rate), it saves some money. Look for people from Nepal, they are usually cheap, fluent...

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I almost always turn to Upwork for work like this and I focus on the Philippines. Excellent workforce, good attitudes, and effective results if you screen well. Can't beat the cost, either. Don't expect to get good results from the lowest priced, but I have had superb folks at $15/hour.

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I would find talent on UpWork. If you post one job and include your Skype or Email the response will be overwhelming. I am not sure you are going to want some high quality candidates -- I'd create a Google Form with a series of questions to properly vet the candidates coming through. You can then...

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As I have had regional responsibility covering several countries is normal for me to think about bringing customers from several different countries. Follow some points that can be considered. Questions per example as: - Main KPI´s and Strategic Goals. - What are the Go to Market Strategies? ...

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That's the golden question! One solid way- involvement. Join local VA groups, check in with senior and community centers- sponsor events and actually workshops (everyone loves speaking, but most people love seeing company's doing things more than speaking). Getting involved looks good and makes y...

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It would be useful to know the role you'd like your cofounder to play (i.e. technical, business, etc.), but here are some general ideas. Finding a good cofounder isn't easy, and your relationship has to be, or become, very close to succeed. To find one you'll need an idea that people can be passi...

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