AnswerHunter.com sparks interest of investors
February 25, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News
20 year old Mark D'Avella developed something investors are jumping all over. His success came in the form of AnswerHunter.com, an online resource site for students across the globe to ask and answer school related questions. When asked what motivated him to create such a site he exclaimed, "[he] was having trouble in school and it was difficult to get questions answered outside the classroom."
Since its release, AnswerHunter has received tens of thousands of visitors and new members everyday. Mark hopes his website can not only help college students but also assist high school students in the decision of what majors to select. The categories in which you ask questions are set up to directly correspond to college majors.
"AnswerHunter is new, its just starting to get reached by the public. We have a ton of ideas we are working on, the possibilities are endless." Currently the website is funded directly out of the pocket of Mark D'Avella but he hopes that will soon change.
"We have had a few investors contact us but they were not looking in the same direction as us. Essentially, I would love to find a good investor who sees the company in the same light that we do and understands its true potential."