The press loves stories of younger founders getting big investments but some data seems to point at a successful founder age spread from early 20s to late 30s. Obviously the young founder press is good but us older kids can be good bets too. How much of a factor is founder age in your investing next to the big issues like idea, execution, and a solid team?
Experienced angel investor, invests in an average of 5 companies per year. Current founder and YCombinator alum.