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How entrepreneurs should think about the competitive landscape for their venture.

And how you might represent it in your pitch deck.

Don’t do this. It tells us nothing about how your venture is positioned, it just tells us that you think the product with the most features will win (which is almost never true).
This shows that you actually understand the landscape, and have intention with regard to positioning.

I teach entrepreneurship at Stanford, coach startup CEO’s at Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and run the 4thly Startup Accelerator.