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Whether you’re creating the next Facebook or you have a patent on three-tiered umbrellas, you’re an entrepreneur.

But finding funding for your idea, getting some advice, or even just talking to people in your same situation can be difficult. Social networks designed specifically for entrepreneurs aim to help you achieve your goals. Check them out.

To sign up for Cofoundr, you’ll need to input a work or school e-mail address. That’s annoying, considering many people have ideas that they’ve yet to start, but it’s not a deal-breaker.

Entrepreneur.com’s Entrepreneur Connect is a fine way to connect with other business owners. But unlike many of the apps in this roundup, Entrepreneur’s service provides access to a wider array of companies.

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Originally posted by Rich Whittle on September 11, 2009 in Ideas.


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