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63% of 20-Somethings Want to Start a Business

63% of 20-Somethings Want to Start a Business | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
And with the right perspective and skills, they just might make it.
Samuel Pavin's insight:

Entrepreneur or startup are no more swear words :)

At least, we can see that youngsters get more and more into entrepreneurship (in the spirit at least) and startups become accepted as a real career path.

 

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SafelyFiled's founders prove innovation isn't just a young person's game (exclusive)

SafelyFiled's founders prove innovation isn't just a young person's game (exclusive) | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
For Mark Snow, a 63-year-old long-time insurance executive (pictured above), it was a no brainer to start a cloud computing company. "The thought of playing golf every day is not something I look f...
Samuel Pavin's insight:

Young vs old or old vs young.

In any case, age does not matter and entrepreneurship in not in the date of birth.

Yet, the basic reasons or triggers for starting a company might not be the same.

Older people - taking examples of people I know - reaching an end to their career and with a fair employment history tend now to look for a thrill that launching a startup can bring.

They can also benefit from a higher amount of money and extended connections.

Hence the startup might be seen as some kind of hobby job (quoting the golfing bit... play golf or start a company), yet, still a personal achievement.

Whatever the reason, anyway, as long as startups create value, jobs and real innovation.

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A Young VC on How Young Entrepreneurs Can Land Cash for Their Young Companies

A Young VC on How Young Entrepreneurs Can Land Cash for Their Young Companies | Entrepreneurship in the World | Scoop.it
Early-stage venture capital investor Mo Koyfman of Spark Capital talks dollar bills and IPOs, among other weighty topics.
Samuel Pavin's insight:

Let's talk the "young" talk here ... . Well good advice are valid for everyone anyway.

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