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Food for thought (part 2 of 2)

Contrary to other areas of entrepreneurship, having first-mover advantage is not actually that important. Gosselin explained that a company with more capital and experience with the distribution channels could easily replicate a promising startup product before the new company even has a chance to become successful. Instead, all three panelists emphasized the importance of developing a unique and genuine brand.
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