Oracle has set up what it describes as an "online marketplace" which it says is aimed at helping European Internet entrepreneurs get new businesses up and running.
The company said 2becom.com will link startups with venture capitalists and business services such as legal counsel, accountancy, recruitment and marketing.
Technology providers will actively participate in the site to provide access to technology infrastructure products. Hewlett-Packard, 3i, Ernst & Young, Galileo and Cisco have all endorsed the project, said Oracle.
2becom.com contributors will provide tailored 'ready to go' services, and a business plan wizard will help entrepreneurs construct and make initial plans. They will also be able to discuss these plans with potential venture capital partners in secure online forums.
A public chat forum will allow startups to share information.
Nick Barley, vice president of marketing for Oracle, commented: "We meet an increasing number of people across Europe who have a really bright idea for a dotcom company, but aren't sure of the best way to get started," he said.
"Venture capital is of course vital, but it's just part of a complex equation - these people need a whole range of additional services and resources. 2becom.com provides all this at one click of the mouse - helping future Web entrepreneurs to navigate quickly and safely from idea to IPO."
Jonathan Tikochinksy, senior analyst with Datamonitor, commented: "2becom.com will inject new life into the European startup market. By facilitating the startups' evolution from an idea to reality, 2becom.com will allow them to focus on their core competence: innovation."
Potential partners and startups can pre register their interest now at 2becom.com. The site will be constantly updated with new information between now and the launch in February 2000.
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