The increasing value of the Ageless Startup

The increasing value of the Ageless Startup.

Update from Australia...

'Four out of five Australians over 40 feel pressure to look for additional streams of income as they look towards retirement.'

'Given such easy access to technology, it’s no surprise that, as they head towards retirement, older generations are swapping boardroom stress to find greater balance and happiness in a second career aligned to their passions. While this may seem idealistic, the majority of Australians believe it’s never been a better time to start a business, and over half don’t believe age is a barrier.'

'Entrepreneurship has arguably never looked more attractive, with each age group bringing its own strengths to starting a new enterprise. Nonetheless, universal entrepreneurial truths stand strong at any age – greater work flexibility, the opportunity to pursue one’s life passions, and the freedom to design one’s own lifestyle choices. It’s easy to see why the vast majority of respondents (83%) would like to be their own boss someday.'


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