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.

An Artist and an Entrepreneur
An Artist and an Entrepreneur » Dallas native LaShona Cooks '10 reflects on her favorite moments at Babson and her perspective on art entrepreneurship.
Creating a Clear Path for Growth
Creating a Clear Path for Growth » Juan Giraldo MBA ’18 came to Babson with an idea for a food business, but it was during the Cultivate Small Business program at Babson Executive Education that he was finally able to drill down, work out the kinks, and create a clear path for continued growth.
Brewing a New Venture
Brewing a New Venture » Tam Le MBA ’13 has always been an entrepreneur. But it was the Cultivate Small Business program at Babson that allowed him to extend his business and break new ground.
4 Questions with April Chen ’19
4 Questions with April Chen ’19 » April Chen ’19 reflects on her journey to Babson, building—and pivoting—her venture, and her favorite Babson moments.
Alumni Who Pitched Ideas on ‘Shark Tank’ Return to Babson
Alumni Who Pitched Ideas on ‘Shark Tank’ Return to Babson » These four Babson alumni brought their ideas to "Shark Tank." Now they’ll share their experiences at the College’s Centennial Celebration.
Fighting the Gender Investment Gap
Fighting the Gender Investment Gap » As the fight to close the gender wealth gap continues, one Babson alumna uses entrepreneurship to take matters into her own hands.
A Business Idea That Hits Close To Home
A Business Idea That Hits Close To Home » Wendi Kan ’22 used her personal struggles acclimating to high school in the U.S. to evolve her business idea.
After NFL, Players Turn to Babson
After NFL, Players Turn to Babson » Former NFL players interested in new business careers have come to Babson for The Entrepreneur's Bootcamp.
The Business Backstage
The Business Backstage » Behind the scenes of many a concert is Ryan Vangel ’95, a Babson alumnus who books some of the biggest acts for the biggest stages in New England.
How 25-year-old Somia Farid is Making Her Mark on Edible Arrangements
How 25-year-old Somia Farid is Making Her Mark on Edible Arrangements » How exactly does a 25-year-old successfully step into the role of Vice President and General Manager of the family business?