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startup kid Does your age make any difference to likely startup success?
startup kid 4 hrs ago

For years, people have tried to correlate an entrepreneur’s age when they launched their startup, with the ultimate success of that startup.

Many studies have been done on the topic,

The collective summary of their learnings was the average entrepreneur is 40 years old when they launch their startup, and people over 55 are twice as likely as people under 35 to launch a high-growth startup.

Yet it was determined age was less of a driver to entrepreneurial success than previous startup and industry experience.

 
shutterstock_231014500 4 hrs ago

Ventoura is a new travel startup taking on this very same P2P local tours and activities vertical. The model is familiar: Locals …

 
jitt apple watch 8 hrs ago

As Apple Watch fever takes hold, this is a roundup of news and announcements dedicated to applications for the device from tourism …

 
booking.com 10 hrs ago

Booking.com‘s move to appease regulators over rate parity agreements with hotels has not been met with universal applause. Far from it, in …

 
Uber Zomato 12 hrs ago

Two of travel tech’s busiest businesses of 2015 – food site Zomato and taxi-app Uber – have linked up, giving Zomato users …

 
Ixigo main 20 hrs ago

Indian travel search site ixigo.com has launched a metasearch app for taxis and signed a distribution deal with Blablacar as the taxi/ride-sharing …

 
HomeAway 1 day ago

Vacation home platform Homeaway announced several changes in its executive positions along with its first quarter earnings report today. Total revenue is …

 
payment card 1 day ago

Travelers continue to become more educated and tech savvy, and increasingly they want diverse, complex itineraries that are tailored to a highly …

 
booking apple watch 1 day ago

Tomorrow Booking.com launches its Booking Now service for Apple Watch, coinciding with the launch of the device in Apple stores. It’s one …

 
amadeus airIT 1 day ago

Amadeus is looking to bolster its airport tech expertise with acquisition of AirIT, a division of ground service giant Fraport. Terms of the deal …

 
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