Here is where you can provide an overview of your idea. You’ll want to explain enough so that people become interested, although we’d recommend refraining from sharing all of the details publically. However much you choose to share is up to you.
You may also want to indicate whether you’ve made any progress on building the idea or if it is truly just an idea. This helps in getting relevant advice for the stage that the idea is in and will let interested students know what roles and areas of expertise you might need help with to pursue the venture.
To get the most out of your posts, you should check back to them often and engage with the replies. No matter if you simply want to gauge the potential of an idea that spontaneously popped into your head, if you want feedback for something you’ve been planning, or if you’re looking for interested students to help you build an idea, the Venzur community will provide you with immense value.
You can reply to ideas with general feedback and advice. This could include advising the student who posted the idea on whether you’d be a user of their product/service, whether you think it’s a viable idea in general, and whether you have any critique or recommendations for them.
You can also reply with your interest in helping to turn the idea into a reality. To show the value you can provide to the student who posted the idea, make sure that your reply clearly establishes your interest and that your Venzur profile shows your skills, experience, and achievements that are relevant to entrepreneurship.
If the student who posted the idea decides that they’re interested in working with you, you can continue your conversation with them in the reply section, or you can move to direct messages. Venzur direct messaging allows for conversing both one-on-one and in groups, so no matter how many students you may be collaborating with, it provides a secure and private means of hammering out the details for working together.