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Data from Kauffman Foundation on Startups

Inc. Magazine published some interesting data summarized as:

1. Companies started by entrepreneurs in their 20s are more likely to close.
2. Companies founded by Asian leaders have a significantly higher rate of survival
3. The amount of startup capital doesn’t signiicantly alter a company’s chance of survival.
4. Patents or Copyrights have little impact on startup survival or closure rates.

Note that the data didn’t define what a ‘survival’ outcome meant, only that a company was merged/acquired or still ongoing.

Here’s the link.

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