Let's just say it: there is no right age to start a company

On March 6, 2012 By thesuccessmanual Topic: Business, Startup, Study

Take all those fluff stories about young Silicon Valley entrepeneurs for what they - habitual media glorification that helps sell papers and magazines, and nothing else. Truth is: There is no right age to start a company. You get an idea, you get the funds, you get the advice, you arrange the logistics and then get on with it. An Economist story puts the average age of tech entrepreneurs to be 39. The only difference is that young entrepreneurs have age on their side - so they can afford to be stupid and reckless. But then, what is life without trying, right?  

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