How to encourage more entrepreneurs at an early age?
The new startups are led by young people with great ambition, a great wealth of technological tools, a lack of fear to make purchases and transactions online and an appetite to go where few have gone.
In recent years, the number of people who have made the decision to undertake has grown exponentially. It is increasingly common for young people and adults to leave their aspirational job and start their own business.
Job insecurity, the absence of opportunities for growth and the accessibility to technological enterprises from home, have been fundamental in the emergence of this new reality.
The Global Entrepreneurship 2019 found that the average age to start a business is between 25 and 44 years old. In our country, 52% of entrepreneurs are under 34 years old and 19% are between 18 and 25 years old. A growing percentage.
In 2020, a year marked by the pandemic derived from COVID-19, the number of girls and boys who sought training courses to enhance their knowledge to undertake doubled. In fact, this led to different specialized academies incorporating services aimed at minors in their portfolio.
The new startups are led by young people with great ambition, a great wealth of technological tools, a lack of fear to make purchases and transactions online and an appetite to go where few have gone. Until now.
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