As the Baby Boomers continue to reach retirement age, a new class of entrepreneur has emerged: the “Seniorpreneur.”
Seniorpreneurs are self-employed individuals who are aged 55 and older, and their numbers have been growing exponentially in recent years.
What’s more, this group of entrepreneurs has significantly outpaced the growth of self-employed individuals in other age groups. The number of Seniorpreneurs is only going to continue to grow in the years to come, as more and more people reach retirement age. So if you’re looking to start your own business, instead of seeing your age as a hindrance, you can use it as a competitive edge instead.
Here are some tips and strategies to help you succeed in the world of Seniorpreneurship:
So if you’re looking to be a successful Seniorpreneur, don’t let your age hold you back. Embrace new technologies and opportunities, leverage your experience and expertise, and invest in professional development to help you succeed.