Even in a digital world, people are still one of the most valuable resources
and among critical solutions to competition in business. As a startup founder, you should always be on the lookout for useful connections. You never know when you might stumble upon a potential investor, mentor, advisor, or a CTO
to design a sturdy, flexible, and bug-free software architecture.
Tech startup competitions, meetups, conferences, hackathons, and trade shows are all great places for networking. Use these opportunities to connect with your customers, pitch your ideas to VCs, find answers to your questions. Industry events will also help you get a head start in your competition research. You can learn more about your rivals, their products, strengths, and weaknesses.
Startup competition is stiff, with 2 out of 10 companies falling victim to their rivals. Here is short plan to avoid the failure.