22 Jan 2017

Older entrepreneurs

From The Weekend , 11:06 am on 22 January 2017

The average age of a start up is 26, but recent research suggests some of our most successful entrepreneurs are actually 55 plus.  

They have life experience, skills, connections and possibly some money in the bank too.

Jude Benedict the founder of Kiwi Klips, founder of global domain name register I Want My Name Paul Spence, and Julia Charity the force behind Kiwi accommodation network Look After Me - all demonstrate it's never too late to get started.