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startup kid Does your age make any difference to likely startup success?
startup kid 3 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 …

 
tripsbytips 1 day ago

Eight years after its formation as a travel community, TripsByTips is moving to pastures new – in two ways. The Germany-based company, …

 
minube 3 days ago

European startup Minube has captured Euro 1.5 million ($1.6 million) in funding to spearhead its expansion across the Atlantic Ocean. Fundación José Manuel …

 
shutterstock_270703079 3 days ago

Along its journey to commercialization, Twitter has been experimenting with elements of e-commerce to turn tweets into transactions. The idea is that a business …

 
aircraft mobile 4 days ago

In a similar vein as guests apparently now willing to swap some hotel amenities for free wifi, air passengers are also willing to trade …

 
airport social media 1 week ago

Many passengers have their heads buried in a device or laptop as they wander around or wait at an airport. Frequently they …

 
MARKETING scan WEDNESDAY 1 week ago

This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel MARKETING in tourism and hospitality for April 2015. Friday 24 April 2015:  eBookers …

 
qaribu 1 week ago

Proving that there may still be life in the social travel concept is Qaribu, a startup which is part trip planning, part …

 
hotel mobile ty 2 weeks ago

The November 2014 World Travel Market Global Trends report projects that mobile bookings will account for 35% of online bookings by 2018, …

 
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