It doesn't really go in that direction, so instead of trying to 'recruit' someone like that you'd really need to focus on 'attracting' them.
People in the development world don't really like this reality, but the fact is that:
- developers are widely available and easily replaced
- marketing professionals are widely available and easily replaced
- ideas are widely available and easily replaced
- business people who can bring it all together are rare and hard to get
- people with money (or know how to get it) and picky and only want the best projects
- the above two types of people are inundated with ideas from developers and marketers all the time
So, if you are one of the above then you need to learn to attract the missing pieces. Those missing pieces as well as the money to kick off a project are what make someone an entrepreneur rather than just a dev/marketing person with an idea.
If you are a tech person who has what you think is a great idea, I would seek to share that idea with business minded people who have both the money (or access to it) and the rolodex to get the right people in place.
That means you essentially need to shop your idea to people who can put the pieces into place if you aren't able to do it yourself. You'll need to refine your business concept into a VERY short description (i.e. one paragraph) and send it to anyone you think might be able to help develop it.
Don't get stuck on privacy/secrecy issues - if your idea is THAT good it'll soon be ripped off anyways.