Oct 29, 2020
Start-up success is not exclusive to young trailblazers, although the Zuckerbergs and the Gates may have us believe otherwise. Recent research indicates that the average age of a successful entrepreneur is, in fact, in the early 40s.
The entrepreneurs featured in this audio article look back on their start-up journey, and agree that much of their success stems from the networks and expertise they had built up over time, before striking out on their own. Listen now.
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