Many rural communities, particularly smaller rural communities, struggle with economic development. At the same time, rural communities face an increase in the number of older residents. While the traditional perception is that entrepreneurship is a young person’s game, researchers are finding that older entrepreneurs can be a valuable element of rural economic development. Dell Gines, Senior Community Development Advisor and Elizabeth Isele, CEO, Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship share the surprising truth about older entrepreneurs and the rural economy, as well as six practical ways for rural areas to support older entrepreneurs External article – read more.