New web start-up YouNoodle dashes/boosts the hopes of other web start-ups

Internet, Web 2.0

YouNoodle! YouNoodle! If this start-up doesn’t do well based purely on that name, there’s no hope for any of us.

The NY Times has championed the ‘start-up predictor’ in a recent article on the founders, two former Oxford University students in Silicon Valley, who claim they can sort the wheat from the chaff and determine exactly which start-up ideas will succeed, and which will fail. It will help entrepreneurs with their ideas, plus allow venture capitalists and investors to view small companies’ ideas.

Founder Bob Goodson wants users to “give us some information, and we’ll give you some idea of what the company will be worth in five years,” with full functionality of the site starting as of yesterday.

YouNoodle (via TechCrunch)

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