The myth of the student turned brilliant startupper is far from the norm. It’s actually the opposite: the successful entrepreneur is 45 years old on average, according to research from Wharton University.
Because of my family background, I took the slow track to entrepreneurship. At 32, I got a key role in the creation of a digital agency. At 45, I co-founded Fast-Up Partners.
Data shows that you’re a much better entrepreneur if you’ve developed all the right skills.
That’s what we’re doing with our young Fast-uppers – except that we’re accelerating their learning curve in a few action-packed years.