Startup Playbook: Finding a Cofounder

When it comes to entrepreneurship, are two heads really better than one? Cofounders should have complementary skills, values, and aspirations; a strong partnership will serve as the foundation for building impactful products. But finding someone who has those traits, and learning to work alongside them, is a process. Thankfully, Tania Abedian Coke and Kevin Hsu—the cofounders of Tellus—have some guidance in this episode of the Startup Playbook series.

Show notes

Tania Abedian Coke and Kevin Hsu, cofounders of Tellus (1:42)

Tellus is working to radically change and improve the standard of elder care with technology

Some of the earliest iterations of Tellus were from Tania and Kevin’s time Stanford’s Venture Studio

Learn more about Tania, Kevin, and their investors at Tellus’ About page

PERS, or Personal Emergency Response Systems, allow for people to call for medical help with the press of a button


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