Here you'll find the people, places, things, and ideas that shaped and are continuing to influence Baby Boomers, who themselves are getting older, retiring, and then taking up traveling, leisure activities, family responsibilities, part-time jobs, volunteer positions, or even new encore careers in record numbers.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Small Baby-Boomer Owned Businesses Need Nurturing to Keep Operating
Most economies cherish startups and the entrepreneurs who start them. Quebec is also on the lookout for something a bit different. You could call them carry-ons.
The Canadian province, among the most rapidly aging societies in the world, is at the forefront of a dilemma that’s looming for other developed countries too.
Small businesses are the wellspring of employment. A disproportionate share of them are owned by baby boomers now approaching retirement age.
What happens to the companies when they get there? Is anyone thinking that far ahead?