YouNoodle.com: The start-up that can predict the fate of others’?
“Two former Oxford University students are getting attention (and seed money) in Silicon Valley, for developing new technology that automates aspects of the venture capital decision-making process”.
YouNoodle.com offers predictions on whether a start-up will succeed or fail, based on a range of information gathered. Ultimately, YouNoodle aims to take the guess work out of venture capitalist investment.
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“The model relies on four basic areas: the team, financial factors, the concept, and advisors. A startup company fills in a survey with detailed questions focused on these four areas, and out pops the valuation”.
YouNoodle is now featured on websites such as the SFGate Business News, in its own start-up index section.
Matt Richtel writes more here in his article from the New York times.
Cody James Miller
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