"It’s the kind of situation that a lot of young entrepreneurs face. While young entrepreneurship is on the rise, and many firms are headed by fresh-faced bosses, their age can sometimes create problems and cause them to meet resistance."
Globe and Mail
I had the same issue in my early 20s. It is not easy calling on EVP's of Fortune 500 companies like Walmart and Home Depot when you are a 23 year old college dropout.
Perseverance is critical. For my first 8 years in business I was the youngest person at the company too. It makes it tough to hire talented workers when the boss is much younger.
Again, you just have to be professional and persistent. If entrepreneurship were easy, everyone would do it.
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