STUDY: Venture capital funds entrepreneurs of different ages, education levels

Founders of new business types that receive capital to create a corporation tend to be between the ages of 35 to 44, though venture capital firms appear to evenly distribute funds to entrepreneurs with either undergraduate or graduate degrees.

The extensive study by CB Insights looked at new companies in the U.S. from January to June 2010 to determine who was a “typical” recipient of venture capital.

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