There is just so much to be gained from openly discussing your ideas with others. Even if they're not part of your team and may have little to no experience in your chosen industry, different perspectives can be invaluable. A single tidbit of information, that may otherwise be trivial and useless, may make all the difference as you work towards launching and growing a new venture. Our management professors teaching courses for the new entrepreneurship minor would agree when I say that an entrepreneur is an information center, voraciously gathering new information from all sources and relaying it to any and all that may benefit from it.
So, if you've been kicking around an idea for a while, it's high time you start collaborating. And if you're worried that you don't have a community of creative, ambitious, entrepreneurial individuals with whom to collaborate, come visit the USU E-Club. It's what we do.