I'm trying to compile a list of 10-20 recruiters in Utah. I'm going to contact all of them to see if they might be interested in the Team Building Event that I am planning. The more qualified applicants we get for this founders retreat, the more successful it will be.
My friend Tad Walch wrote an article in today's Deseret News about the Business Week article that highlights Provo and 4 other cities as great places to start companies. BYU gets a lot of credit, as does the missionary program of the LDS Church, for creating entrepreneurs.
Tad got some good quotes from my other friend, Dave Bateman, who is possibly my favorite bootstrapping entrepreneur of all time--a constant source of inspiration and amazingly smart ideas.
Ben Kou (a former Utah guy) from socalTECH sent me two great links yesterday:
I found this one year old list of businesses who use P2P (peer to peer) technology in their business strategy. (The list doesn't include consumer file sharing companies.) Many are defunct. If you've considered using P2P, you should study this list.
I have purchased dozens of good domain names over the years, but haven't sold a great one before. But one of my companies is trying to sell the directory.net domain name.
From your experience, what is the best way to sell a good domain name like this? Should we list it on various broker sites (like greatdomains.com), hire a professional broker, or what?
Any suggestions would be appreciated.