Starting a business at 63 years old with Pushpa Parmar

28th April 2021

Starting a business at 63 years old with Pushpa Parmar

We’re finally back! To celebrate our new rebrand, we welcome who we see as the most influential person in Atish’s life: his mum, Pushpa Parmar, who started her business at 63 years old.

You’re never too old to pursue a dream.

That’s the lesson Pushpa learned when she entered the world of entrepreneurship at age 63.

For some people, the idea of starting a business in their 60s or 70s is a scary proposition. They believe that anyone over a certain age would be better off just working for someone else and collecting a paycheck.

But what if you’re one of the growing number of people who don’t want to retire? What if you’re not ready to let go of the career that defines you and makes you happy? If that’s the case, then starting a business later in life — even if it’s your first time — may be an option worth considering.

63 years old is not too late to start a business. In fact, the world has changed so much that people are working longer and retiring later.

This podcast highlights Pushpa’s route into entrepreneurship and her journey as a successful female boss, an immigrant in the UK at 16 years old, and a recurrent cancer sufferer.

Hear her take on starting a business, the pitfalls of an unsuccessful business, and overcoming challenges to focus on your vision.

Follow Pushpa on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/123pushpa/

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