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Get Ready for a New Generation
of Small Business Owners: Baby Boomers
Retirement age is fast becoming a fertile time for entrepreneurship. People over 50 with more money, more experience, and fewer concerns about their children’s futures are starting businesses at rates higher than almost any other demographic. From their ambition to their risk appetite, this group of founders does things differently.
Get Ready for a New Generation
of Small Business Owners: Baby Boomers
Retirement age is fast becoming a fertile time for entrepreneurship. People over 50 with more money, more experience, and fewer concerns about their children’s futures are starting businesses at rates higher than almost any other demographic. From their ambition to their risk appetite, this group of founders does things differently.
Boomers Are Ditching Retirement for Entrepreneurship. And They're Killing It
How This Entrepreneur Built a $30 Million Business While Working 30-Hour Weeks
These Two Grandmothers Were In Danger of Losing Their Homes. Then Their Candy Business Took Off
Why This Career Salesman Traded His House, His Job, and His Car for a Chance to Be a Founder
Why This Laid-Off Executive Chose Entrepreneurship Over Early Retirement
How the Recession and a Sewing Machine Turned This Ex-Hollywood Producer Into an Entrepreneur
He Runs Marathons. He Teaches Skiing. He Has a Clean-Energy Startup. He's Almost 80.
How a Forgotten Sketch Became a Real Business 30 Years Later
When It Comes to Work-Life Balance, These Boomers and Millennials Are on the Same Page
The Hot New 'Retirement' Plan for Baby Boomers: Starting a Business
Why Age Isn't the Only Thing That Sets Older Entrepreneurs Apart
Over 50? 6 Reasons You're Likely to Build a Wildly Successful Business Now