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The Problem With Stanford Engineering Startups

by Larry Chiang on November 29, 2019

By Larry Chiang
Problem: if youíre at Stanford engineering, your tough spot is not product itís sales and distribution of that product. 

PROBLEM: Incredibly tough to find founders who are strong at both product and distribution.

Jeff Morris Jr. (@jmj)
Incredibly tough to find founders who are strong at both product and distribution.

Left brain: distribution
Right brain: product

Most often, I see great product minds who do not understand distribution. 

This generally catches up with them as they raise their Series A.


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SOLUTION: Learn distribution. 


Problem: the Distribution class was skipped at Stanford.  
Larry Chiang @duck9 (@LarryChiang)
??(who will teach #cs183d, [distribution])Ē

Sam Altman
9/14/15

??@StanfordEng?? #cs183 Startup
#cs183b HTSAS 👇🏻
#cs183c Blitzscaling a Startup
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#cs183e, Editing a startup pic.twitter.com/WP7QpUxLdn

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Distribution. 
??(who will teach #cs183d, [distribution])

Sam Altman 
9/14/15


Solution: there is a YouTube playlist called #cs183d

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This sounds like a job for DatMan. Also known as Bruce Wang. DAT Distribution and 

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