Meet the women launching startups in their 50s: ‘I took a deep breath and jumped’

Updated: Jun 1, 2019

The Guardian

With a fifth of new businesses being founded by over-55s, it is a boom time for middle-aged entrepreneurs. We talk to three women who are doing it for themselves. Read more...

Kemi Oloyede of the Sew London Project: ‘I thought this would happen when I was much younger, but now my kids are older, and I’m in a really good place.’ (Photo: Linda Nylind for the Guardian)

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