Entrepreneurship 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.

Refurbishing Computers Turns from Side Hustle to Helping Hand
Refurbishing Computers Turns from Side Hustle to Helping Hand » Dylan Zajac ’25 has been refurbishing computers and donating them since high school. At Babson, he has continued to grow his charity, develop his network, and expand his opportunities.
An Entrepreneurial Showcase
An Entrepreneurial Showcase » The student and alumni entrepreneurs in Babson’s Summer Venture Program spend weeks building their startups. The program concludes with a showcase highlighting all of their work.
A Gym That’s Inclusive of All
A Gym That’s Inclusive of All » A Boston gym co-founded by Babson MBA graduates, Inclusive Fitness is dedicated to the needs of individuals who are neurodivergent, an often overlooked population.
Babson Helps Fuel Dreams of Women Sports Pioneers
Babson Helps Fuel Dreams of Women Sports Pioneers » Babson College hosts the Global Sports Mentoring Program for a women’s entrepreneurship bootcamp aimed at helping scale ventures to better serve women around the world.
Student App Makes Lending a Hand Easier
Student App Makes Lending a Hand Easier » Boris Chertok ’22 has created an app that makes it easier for fellow Babson students to help each other out—and make a quick buck.
Babson Grad Student Means Business for Early-Stage Latin American Entrepreneurs
Babson Grad Student Means Business for Early-Stage Latin American Entrepreneurs » After bolstering his collaborative and leadership skills, Luis Buitrago MSEL’22 aims to bring Babson’s entrepreneurial spirit to Latin America.
TicketRev Wins ePitch—and $100,000
TicketRev Wins ePitch—and $100,000 » Jason Shatsky ’21, CEO and founder of TicketRev, won ePitch and its $100,000 grand prize—Babson’s largest winning prize—during the finale at eMerge Americas in Miami.
B.E.T.A. Challenge Finalists Innovating in Education Technology
B.E.T.A. Challenge Finalists Innovating in Education Technology » Two of the B.E.T.A. Challenge finalists—Mauricio Nogueira Silverio ’24 of iDuk and Alexander Deeb ’14 of ClassHook—offer their insights on the edtech space and their ventures.
The Best MBA for Entrepreneurship and a ‘Mandate to Lead’
The Best MBA for Entrepreneurship and a ‘Mandate to Lead’ » Babson College’s graduate school once again has been validated as the Best MBA for Entrepreneurship, earning the No. 1 ranking from U.S. News & World Report for the 29th consecutive year.
Amanda Elam: Examining the Gender Gap in Business
Amanda Elam: Examining the Gender Gap in Business » Amanda Elam, a research fellow at the Diana International Research Institute at Babson College, specializes in women’s entrepreneurship around the world.