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The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission reports (see Moneyweb article here) a record 510,000 new companies registered in 2020 – 32% up from 2019. Clearly the challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic and its associated economic disruption are at play here. For some, retrenchment has meant having to become an entrepreneur in order to survive financially. Others are taking advantage of new opportunities to disrupt and to innovate.

Perhaps you are considering such a move and wondering if you could be too young, or too old, to get into the game. Wonder no longer – read “Science reveals the best age to start a thriving business” on Leader.co.za.