|I was reading some "News" the other day that led me to an idea for a startup that I believe has a lot of potential.|
It's not "the next Facebook" and it doesn't require any kind of new technology, it's bridging a gap in an existing market.
I live in the Ozark Mountains pretty far from the nearest town or city and, honestly, do not know a soul who codes. I can't even talk about what I do because everyone's eyes glaze over as soon as I tell them I code.
HN says the "team" is an important aspect of who they fund, but they also say they fund "ideas".
My experience is pretty narrow. I'm self taught and have learned on a need to know basis so I know I'm not the right person to design and code this app. I can help, and I can build a demo of what's needed, but it has to be scaled up beyond what I've worked on and I can't claim to have the expertise for that.
I do have experience with managing projects, but not huge ones. So, what I really have is an idea and that's all.
What should I do with it?