As summer passes by, older entrepreneurs continue to write or serve as the inspiration for various articles. Here’s a look at a few recent stories and tidbits that may interest you.
Peter Thomas, a Canadian serial entrepreneur who will be 80 in September, offers these tips for those who want to start a business.
Chris Farrell, an “unretirement expert,” writes about Startup!, a course from Senior Planet geared toward aspiring 60-and-older entrepreneurs who want to become savvier about technology and online marketing.
Bizstarters’ Jeff Williams weighs in on the same topic, offering five simple digital marketing tactics for people over 50.
Why do baby boomers start their own businesses later in life? Casey Dowd of FOXBusiness explores this question in an interview with David Nilssen, the co-founder of a company that surveyed more than 2,600 small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Morningstar columnist Mark Miller writes about how to blend work and retirement.
Kristen Edens, associate editor for Boomalally Bzine, writes about the evolution of entrepreneurship.
Are you a woman over 50 who wants become a successful entrepreneur? Here are eight tips from Kerry Hannon, an author who writes about careers after 50.