Andrew Morris needs a technical co-founder for his new app.
So the 26-year-old traveled all the way from London to San Jose, California for Apple's annual developers conference with a handmade sign. Because good talent is hard to find.
"CTO-co-founder wanted," the sign reads. "Ask me."
Morris traveled thousands of miles because there's a shortage of developer conferences in his hometown, he told CNBC. At least, nothing on par with WWDC, where a record 6,000 developers have congregated. "Finding the right co-founder is hard," he said.
Morris is hoping for an extra pair of hands to help him build a social network for people to meet up for activities, like tennis or museum-going. He says he doesn't want to build another version of Tinder used only for hook-ups.