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Exec, a personal assistant service with lets entrepreneurs outsource tasks, is offering a special on Saturday to let people buy advice from founders.It costs $100 an hour to chat to a select number of founders via phone or Skype.
The founders participating in this won’t pocket the money though. The proceeds will go to DonorsChoose.org, an education charity.
According to the Exec blog, executives will:
- Give you advice for your business via a phone call or Skype session.
- Act as a sounding board for your startup idea
- Or jus chat
Justin Kan, co-founder of Justin.tv, recently launched Exec. On Saturday, Kan will be available for rent.
So will Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit; Steve Huffman, co-founder of travel service Hipmunk; Matt Brezina, co-founder of mobile gifting service Sincerely; and Tikhon Bernstam, co-founder of mobile development platform company Parse and social publishing site Scribd.
“We hope to provide you with a simple, valuable opportunity to get access to successful entrepreneurs that you might not have an easy way to get in touch with,” the company Exec wrote on its blog.
The founders are available from 11am to 5pm PST and you don’t have to be in SF to be able to chat for them.
If you actually try this out, we want to hear from you to see if paying for advice is worth it. As they say … time is money.
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