Entry level entrepreneurs are older

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At Edgeware, and in my private practice, we’re moving toward a customer base that is distinctly older.

Baby Boom = Entrepreneurship Boom

The U.S. may be on the cusp of an entrepreneurship boom because of its aging population. In the past decade, 55- to 64-year-olds were more likely to start their own companies than any other age group, according to research by the Kauffman Foundation. The average age of technology firm founders in the U.S. is 39, with twice as many over 50 as under 25.

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