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Entrepreneurs dream of being the next Bill Gates. Governments see the tax revenue and self-help ethos as critical in weaning citizens dependency from increasingly overstretched states and large corporations try (often in vain) to capture the innovative potential of entrepreneurs or encourage their staff to be more entrepreneurial. This book highlights the importance of youth and experience in the innovation process, as well as highlighting the importance of pattern recognition in enterprise formation. Drawing on the authors' original research, the book illustrates how there is a potential 'golden window' of opportunity where nascent entrepreneurs are more likely to take risks and succeed. The book will be a valuable tool to students of enterprise as well as those tasked with making national or local economies more enterprising, and to corporations interested in getting better innovation within their corporate eco-systems.