Unlike corporations, within a startup it is difficult to find people with a different scale of experience who can generate a peer mentoring relationship and thus learn together. For founders, thinking about peer mentoring within the company becomes a complex task. Peer mentoring is a term that is generally used at the corporate level, it is part of programs used by the Human Resources area, to promote in a formal and structured way its collaborators, to have a more effective transition to levels with greater leadership in the organization and gain knowledge. Little is said about the peer mentoring in the world of startups. Peer mentoring can be promoted proactively, generating regular meetings with people who can contribute knowledge, something as casual as a coffee every so often can work. If you are looking for something much more structured and you feel that there are no people on the Internet who can help, there are companies that provide these services and that allow access to peer mentoring groups. Finally, what should be taken into account when organizing or participating in a peer mentoring session?