I remember reading an article in TIME that said successful start-ups are almost twice as likely to be launched by people over 55 as those 20 to 34.
Secondly, what chance do I have starting something being in that middle bracket not mentioned? Damn it.
I’ve worked or been around several start-up ‘ecosystems’ in London, San Francisco, Chicago, Sydney and Brisbane and there’s not a whole lot of 60 or 70 years olds walking around. Trendy millennials having their 4th coffee at 10am desperate to build their business is more the scene.
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