Startup Success Series: How to Think About Competitors
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When analysing the competitive landscape of the space your startup occupies, it’s important to be aware of your competitors but focused on yourself. You can’t control what your competition does, but you can control your movement, growth and vision by making competitive analysis-informed decisions and focusing on what makes your idea or solution unique.
That’s why for this edition of the Startup Success Series, we welcomed tech entrepreneur and investor Eddie Sheehy, to speak with Founder of The Dirt Company Frankie Layton to provide advice for high-performing founders on approaches to thinking about competition.
Virtual Event Recording
About: Watch the webinar recording below to learn more about Eddie’s experiences building Nuix and dealing with competition, as well as an audience Q&A.
1:43 – Introductions
11:58 – Why Nuix could take on the competition
15:01 – Attracting the best talent
20:30 – Customers
22:05 – Competition’s effect on momentum
31:55 – When to spend money
35:00 – Analysing competitors
42:40 – Q&A
- RECAP: INSIGHTS ON GROWING A GLOBAL BUSINESS FROM EDDIE SHEEHY, CO-FOUNDER NUIX – Startup Victoria
- How To Deal With Competition As A Startup Business – Startup Grind
- 13 Ways To Think About And Crush Your Competition – On Startups
- Analyzing Business Competitors Is Like A High-Stakes Game Of Battleship – startups.com