Tag: Entrepreneurs of All Kinds

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At the Founders Summit, Mentoring Goes Mega
At the Founders Summit, Mentoring Goes Mega » 100 alumni founders. 100 student entrepreneurs. 200 conversations. 1 afternoon. The Blank Center takes mentoring to the next level at Babson’s first Founders Summit.
New Director Seeks to Put Babson On the Map for Sustainability
New Director Seeks to Put Babson On the Map for Sustainability » Adjunct professor and corporate professional Asheen Phansey MBA’08 plans to incorporate numerous Babson College sustainability initiatives into a unified strategy in his new role.
Babson Startups Win Big at B.E.T.A. Challenge
Babson Startups Win Big at B.E.T.A. Challenge » More than $300,000 in cash and prizes was awarded at the esteemed Babson Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (B.E.T.A.) Challenge.
Taking the Lead
Taking the Lead » Hisham Beydoun MBA’19 came to Babson to learn how he could use business to change the world. He is leaving changed by his classmates and the impact he made on the Babson community.
One Day. All Access. Founders Summit 2019.
One Day. All Access. Founders Summit 2019. » Entrepreneurial power houses from Babson’s global community will come together for the first Founder’s Summit on Thursday, April 11.
B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists Pitch Their Startups This article contains a photo gallery
B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists Pitch Their Startups » Undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni pitched their businesses at the 2019 B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinals, in hopes of ultimately competing for $300,000 in cash and in-kind services during the finals on Thursday, April 11.
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson » Shay Gaafar MBA’19 came to Babson to dive into the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Two years later, she’s leaving with her own brand.
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People”
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People” » As a young entrepreneur, Rachel Pardue ’19, co-founder of LOU, often felt like the odd one out—until she found her home at Babson.
CREATEing a Lasting Impact
CREATEing a Lasting Impact » Julia Dean ’19 didn’t come to Babson for business. She came for the liberal arts, and is leaving behind a legacy of creative problem solving.
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Marla Capozzi, Urges Students to Never Stop Learning
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Marla Capozzi, Urges Students to Never Stop Learning » Fundamentally, academia and business are two very different industries. Babson student Jess Chartier ’20 sat down with Babson Board of Trustees Chair Marla Capozzi MBA’96 to discuss the differences and similarities of leading a college and a management consulting firm at the same time.