A source (and friend) lets me in on a new business venture he's joined.
It's Enloop, a service being unveiled this week at the Finovate Conference.
Enloop is aimed at startup entrepreneurs.
"We help small to mid-size business owners create a business plan through a step-by-step process. We use industry data to 'score' their business and tell them the likelihood of success," wrote Elliot Tomaeno, director of communications for the new company.
"We are FREE for everyone. We just had a woman in Ethiopia use our tool to build and score her idea for a deli," he added.
Sounds like another in the series of free or low-cost online innovations that have come up in the past couple of years, aimed at helping entrepreneurs start and run their companies.
Check it out - and let me know what you think.
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