TALLINN - Around 20,000 new companies a year have been founded in Estonia over the past three years, and every third new entrepreneur is a woman, while every fifth founder of a new company has had experience with entrepreneurship before, reports Public Broadcasting citing a study on new companies compiled by SEB.Forty-three percent of the founders of companies are in the 26-35-year age group and half of them have higher education, or they are acquiring it. The key elements for starting a company are personal belief, self-confidence to start and succeed as an entrepreneur.“T...
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