If you are capable of handling the technical skills then you can start, no issue. You will need the business skills too for marketing too. You should start with the small hosting service. Once you will get the new customers then start with your own hosting service.
I believe that there is no age nor time to have a business... What do I mean with this?
Anyone can start anytime, for example even a small girl can have a business of her own if she wants to or is she can already... let's say if she wants to sell some lemonade outside her house then that's already a business... It can always start small and small things start from small beginnings...
There is no age restriction to starting a business. Just make sure you know what you want and how to get. Even if you are not so clear of how to get what you want make sure that you know how to look for it. Its quite simple, where there is a will there is a way.
You can have your businesses anytime you want. It's on your own will, no one can dictate on you on what you will gonna do. I prefer to start your business as soon as possible as you attain the proper capital and knowledge on the business you will make.
If you are a type of person who is into business and you are already seeing your self to be a businessman at a very young age, then you can try start a business right away as long as you know what are the necessary to remember and to do to run a business (small or big). I believe kids can start a business with a proper guidance from his/her parents/guardians. I remember one speaker from the live forum that I attended few months ago, he said that his one of his sons started creating his business at the age of 9. The speaker said that his son has a habit of creating a designs made up of lego so he decided to suggest to his son to create a small business out of creating a lego designs. It is a good thing that the speaker is a successful businessman so his son probably must have a proper guidance and now his son running the business for almost three years already. You know, starting a business did not actually required a certain age to start, as long as you have the resources and the list of things that you should remember in running a business.
When is the best time to start a business? If you have a good idea then the answer is now. If you think of the best years to start a business, then remember how many years the richest people in the world have started their business. Steve Jobs founded Apple at the age of 21, Bill Gates founded Microsoft with 20. Today, young people are creative, full of innovative ideas, ready to risk, and thus the ideal founders of a successful business.Perhaps it's best to wait for some mature years to start a business, it all depends on which business it is.
I think it depends on your experience and knowledge about your product and especially the needs of your costumers. You can start at any time you wan't but make sure you have a firm foundation and most important is money or capital. The time and age doesn't matter to business as long as you have the knowledge to make your business profitable and you also have money to serves as your capital to start your business.
The best time to start a business is when you already have enough capital. Make sure that you also prepare your self for any looses if you are planninf to start a business. Make sure also that you are much knowledgable about the business you are going to put up. And lastly, make sure that you will not gamble everything you have in equivalent to one big project and make sure that you will have a fallback. Business is a risk.
The best time to start a business is when you already have a capital to start a business and also enough funds to cover its first 3 months of operation. It is important to have available funds for back up on the first 3 months of operation so that when the first 2 months is not yet profitable, you still have funds to continue its operation. Also, careful planning must be observed before starting up your business like a study of a type of business you are planning to put up, your market and your product.
The best time to start a business is today. Sometimes, the hardest step is the first one. Begin laying the foundations of your business in your head, and then map them on paper. With good planning and strategy matched by effort, you'll get to a good start when it's time to put your ideas and solutions into practice. If you fail to prepare, prepare to fail. And even if you fail at the first attempt, don't give up. The entire process is a learning curve.