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No elderpreneur’s story may be more familiar than that of KFC founder Colonel Sanders. While he began serving food at 40, the former job hopper was 65 when he franchised his now-world-famous fried chicken brand.

Elderpreneurs, or entrepreneurs 50 years old and older, are not a small cohort. At least in America, more than half of small business owners belong to this group, indicating that age is not generally viewed as a hindrance to success. However, it requires more than passion or enthusiasm. Elderpreneurs must stay flexible and open-minded as industries evolve, especially regarding connectivity in this information age. 

This article offers practical advice for elderpreneurs on staying connected and maximizing its benefits through remote business operations and mobile hotspots.

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