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But recently a number of factors have turned the industry’s attention toward older tech users: the ranks of silver surfers are growing fast as baby boomers retire; they have spending power and free time, and they have widely adopted smartphones and social networking.
“I look at the boomers, and I’m like, ‘God, there’s so many ways I could help these people. I’m going to do it’,” says Marcie Rogo, 30, Stitch’s co-founder.