Kauffman study finds nearly half of U.S. start-ups founded by “user entrepreneurs”

A study released last week by the Kauffman Foundation found that “user entrepreneurs”  –  those who have created innovative products or services for their own use, then subsequently founded firms to commercialize them – are responsible for nearly one-half of the innovative start-ups that have lasted five years or more.

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