I help established companies develop and optimize their web presence.
Equally at home in a code editor or the boardroom.
Full-time consultant for over a decade with deep experience in content management, data migration, and web operations.
You should talk to an attorney.
Stripe Atlas could also be a good starting point.
Contac their sales team: https://www.twilio.com/help/sales
It's low-tech but I'd start at conferences and events. It's easier to build trust face-to-face and you'll have a concentration of like minded people in one place.
From there I'd expand to online outreach via email and LinkedIn.
Trying to build technology around an ever-shifting business model is super tricky.
Finding reliable help is also a common challenge.
Read and listen to everything you can by David C. Baker and Blair Enns. This is their beat.
Develop a manual process and take notes. Once you've had a little bit of success, hire a virtual assistant and provide them with a standard operating procedure with the types of jobs to reply to, language to use, etc.
Partner with SaaS e-commerce and website builders (Shopify, BigCommerce, Magento, SquareSpace, etc).
Web hosting companies are always looking for add-on services to differentiate themselves in a crowded field as well.
Word-of-mouth from clients is the gold standard, but you can also get referrals from your peers.
In-person is great (albeit not super scalable) way to get momentum.
Another good source of leads is to become an "official partner" for a specific provider. This depends on your industry but channel partnerships can be a good source of leads.