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Social impact drives young entrepreneurs

Australia’s millennial entrepreneurs are more likely to go into business with the aim of helping their community than their older counterparts, a new survey has found.

An HSBC survey of 4000 entrepreneurs in 11 countries has found more than a third of Australian entrepreneurs aged in their 20s are motivated by the desire to have a positive community impact, while just 11 per cent of entrepreneurs in their 50s have the same idea.

Read the full article on Sky News.

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