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.

Fueled by Love of Art, Babson Student Finds Novel Application for NFTs
Fueled by Love of Art, Babson Student Finds Novel Application for NFTs » Magnus Aske ’23 came up with a project involving fundraising and the antiquities collection of a foreign country. When the deal goes through, “It will be one of the biggest early landmark sales in NFTs so far,” he says.
How ‘Expeditionary Entrepreneurship’ Can Aid Disaster Response
How ‘Expeditionary Entrepreneurship’ Can Aid Disaster Response » Babson alumnus Jesse Levin uses a concept he calls “expeditionary entrepreneurship” to aid in crisis operations through volunteer humanitarian assistance, disaster response, and emergency economic stability work.
Extreme Entrepreneurship and Why It Matters
Extreme Entrepreneurship and Why It Matters » In traveling the world, the author of a new book on extreme entrepreneurship shares inspiring lessons from entrepreneurs thriving amid daunting conditions.
Babson Alumnus Brings Entrepreneurial Spirit to Nation’s First Major Offshore Wind Farm
Babson Alumnus Brings Entrepreneurial Spirit to Nation’s First Major Offshore Wind Farm » Álvaro Ortega Sebastián MBA’15 is the chief operating officer of Vineyard Wind, the nation’s first large-scale wind farm. The wind farm, located on Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, was greenlighted by the Federal government last May and could be an important bellwether for clean energy providers in the United States.
Thanks to Babson, the Massachusetts Lottery Hits the Jackpot
Thanks to Babson, the Massachusetts Lottery Hits the Jackpot » Participating in Babson’s B-AGILE program, the Massachusetts State Lottery addressed a long-standing issue with its instant tickets. The fix will add millions of dollars in sales.
My Year of Learning: an MBA, a Pregnancy, and a Pandemic
My Year of Learning: an MBA, a Pregnancy, and a Pandemic » In 2021, two of my dreams came true, writes Amrutha Ananth MBA'21. I became a mom, and earned an MBA. Here's what I learned along the way.
Taught to Tough It Out: Male Athletes and Mental Health
Taught to Tough It Out: Male Athletes and Mental Health » Babson basketball player Teddy Sourlis ’22 founded Men’s Mental, a platform that helps male athletes to focus on an issue that’s often not discussed in locker rooms: mental health.
At BCERC 2021, Workshops Offer New Opportunities for Up-and-Coming Academics
At BCERC 2021, Workshops Offer New Opportunities for Up-and-Coming Academics » BCERC 2021 opened the doors for younger academics who seized new opportunities to connect with the superstars of research.
New Olympic Sports Offer Golden Opportunity for Greater Diversity
New Olympic Sports Offer Golden Opportunity for Greater Diversity » The 2021 Olympic Games brought the addition of four new sports, offering an opportunity for greater diversity, equity, and inclusion.
When an Entrepreneur Decided to Take on Cancer
When an Entrepreneur Decided to Take on Cancer » Inspired by the memory of his mother, Aldo Carrascoso MBA’08 co-founded InterVenn, a life sciences company developing a much-needed diagnostic test for ovarian cancer.