Never Too Old To Start a Business
Author: Guest Blogger
Silicon Valley adores its wunderkinds. It's easy to look at the Mark Zuckerbergs and Jack Dorseys of the world and assume that youth is a necessity, or at least a major benefit, when starting a business.
And yet, according the Kauffman Foundation's annual Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, the rate of new businesses being started by entrepreneurs between 20 and 34 has actually been falling in recent years.