Entrepreneurs are the lifeblood of the economy and the boom in boomer startups has been a major pumping force. But the State of Entrepreneurship 2015 report released today by the Kauffman Foundation, which specializes in studying and promoting entrepreneurship, suggests that the boomer binge just may be winding down.
Or maybe not.
Reasons for Concern
More broadly, the Kauffman report finds that the state of entrepreneurship in America (and prospects for its future) represent a case of on the one hand and on the other hand and cites “reasons for concern.”
On the one hand, notes Kauffman, entrepreneurship is thriving by some measures.