“Every time new LinkedIn statistics are released, the world is blown away by its progress and continued momentum. 2013 is no exception in this new infographic.”
Via Lauren Moss, Lori Wilk, Marty Koenig
Every startup I see invariably puts up a competitive analysis slide that plots performance on a X/Y graph with their company in the top right. The slide is a holdover from when existing companies l...
Via Marty Koenig
Joanne Brooks's insight:
Today most startups are trying to ressegment existing markets or create new markets. How do you diagram that? What if the basis of competition in market creation is really the intersection of multiple existing markets? Or what if the markets may not exist and you are creating one? Today it's all about being visual.
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