Entrepreneurs of All Kinds

Using entrepreneurship as a way to look at the world, we can solve more than just business problems. You can apply it to take action by innovating within a large corporation, raising a family, creating a charity, solving global social issues, or starting a business.

The individuals or groups who use Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® to transform opportunity into reality practice Entrepreneurship of All Kinds. These are their stories.

From the Classroom to Shark Tank, Max Feber’s Future is BRUWing
From the Classroom to Shark Tank, Max Feber’s Future is BRUWing » Max Feber ’21 is the founder and CEO of BRUW, the cold brew filter changing the game on how people drink and make coffee. He’ll pitch the business on “Shark Tank” this January.
Determined to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution? Wish Route Is With You
Determined to Keep Your New Year’s Resolution? Wish Route Is With You » “With every bone of my body, I just know I’m doing what I’m supposed to be doing.” Jessica Lynch ’13, M’14 MBA’17 is the founder of Wish Route, an accountability service that provides you with a fun and delightful path to your wellness ambition.
For Kingston Creative, Revitalizing a City Relies on Entrepreneurship
For Kingston Creative, Revitalizing a City Relies on Entrepreneurship » Kingston Creative is an initiative whose stated goal is no less than the revitalization of an entire city. But it’s all in a day’s work for Jennifer Bailey, assistant professor of technology and operations management.
5 Questions with Josh Eby ’18
5 Questions with Josh Eby ’18 » Josh Eby '18 uses his entrepreneurial mindset in a career as a consultant with BerryDunn. We talked to him about the Babson experiences, including a semester abroad in the BRIC program, that helped prepare him for life after college.
Breaking Down Language Barriers with Entrada ESL
Breaking Down Language Barriers with Entrada ESL » Social entrepreneur Erin Janklow MBA’14, founder of Entrada ESL, is working with companies such as Rent the Runway, Vail Resorts, and the National Domestic Worker’s Alliance to teach English as a second language to labor workers.
For the Mayor of Parkland, Entrepreneurship Makes All the Difference
For the Mayor of Parkland, Entrepreneurship Makes All the Difference » If you ask Christine Hunschofsky MBA’96, mayor of Parkland, Florida, how she landed in the public sector, she’ll tell you she just kind of fell into it. But the entrepreneurial mindset she developed at Babson helped prepare her for the job.
We Need More Babsons: Richelieu Dennis on Economic Opportunity as a Vehicle for Change
We Need More Babsons: Richelieu Dennis on Economic Opportunity as a Vehicle for Change » Entrepreneur, investor, social innovator Richelieu Dennis ’91 addresses the need for access, capital, and expertise in order for entrepreneurs to create economic opportunity.
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice
How One Founder Transformed Her Pitch and Found Her Voice » Babson Professor Lakshmi Balachandra’s research led one entrepreneur to reevaluate how she pitches her business and adopt a bolder, more assertive approach.
“Life as an Entrepreneur? It’s Pretty Freaking Exciting”
“Life as an Entrepreneur? It’s Pretty Freaking Exciting” » Two years after college, Hanson Grant ’16 is celebrating the success of his startup, Think Board, and a strategic new partnership with Rocketbook.
Meet the Babson Names Behind Your Favorite “Shark Tank” Products
Meet the Babson Names Behind Your Favorite “Shark Tank” Products » What do comfortable socks, a video doorbell, a drone academy, and gourmet peanuts have in common? They’re all products and businesses pitched on “Shark Tank” by Babson students and alumni.