I think asking for a team online is very risky. I know hosts who do that too and that resulted in their clients files deleted (I won't say who). When opening CGIwire I first started with a friend who i've worked with on many projects. Suddenly lots of people started asking to help but because of security we said no. Now there are four of us, one support and three technical (though we all help out on support).
Like cns-uk said:
"My advice would be to ask as many questions as humanly possible, read as much information as you can and set out a detailed plan, without this you will lose track of things within a market which in frank is very dynamic."
that is very true. I wrote up a business plan in a few days with lots of research. I had price plans before and after paypal deducted it's fees, money expenditure, expected income, advertising campaign etc...
Once you have this you know exactly where you want to be going and you can work towards it!
Best of luck,
Also I love what hostleet said:
the sky is the limit, but you can touch the moon if you try.
It's very true!