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.

Made by MSEL, Acquired by TB12
Made by MSEL, Acquired by TB12 » Babson College’s MSEL program provided Cameron Fischer and Alfred Schofield with guidance they needed to start a company and catch the eyes of TB12 Sports.
Ring Founder and Babson Alumnus Named AACSB Influential Leader
Ring Founder and Babson Alumnus Named AACSB Influential Leader » Jamie Siminoff ’99, founder and chief inventor at Ring, has been honored as a 2020 AACSB Influential Leader.
Entrepreneurial Women Need Disruptive Financial Models
Entrepreneurial Women Need Disruptive Financial Models » Investing in women entrepreneurs is an opportunity to expand innovation and economic development, says new research from Diana International Impact Report.
The Workforce Is Changing. Entrepreneurship Is the Answer.
The Workforce Is Changing. Entrepreneurship Is the Answer. » With the current pace of change in the world and in the workplace, it’s time for entrepreneurship education, and a disruptive shift toward lifelong learning, to take center stage.
She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected.
She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected. » After graduation, Rosine Ndayishimiye ’18 returned to her native Rwanda to make a difference. That path led her to the unexpected career choice of becoming a farmer.
One Student Entrepreneur’s Virtual Reality
One Student Entrepreneur’s Virtual Reality » As founder of virtual reality business Vinci, Eagle Wu ’20 has worked with clients from the Air Force to renewable energy businesses.
Not Just Another Babson College Ranking
Not Just Another Babson College Ranking » The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine named Babson College No. 2 for entrepreneurship in the United States. This ranking again proves why this is the best place for entrepreneurial leaders.
Babson College Alumni Make Forbes 30 Under 30
Babson College Alumni Make Forbes 30 Under 30 » “The young, creative and bold minds on this year’s 30 Under 30 list are proof positive that the future will be new, exciting and profoundly different.”
The Growing Need for Sustainability in Business
The Growing Need for Sustainability in Business » How might humanity take action and confront climate change? Sustainability in business offers one source for ideas and inspiration.
How Sustainability in Entrepreneurship Helped Power a Nation
How Sustainability in Entrepreneurship Helped Power a Nation » On a quest to bring clean energy to his native Nicaragua, Rodrigo Mantica ’96 established two hydroelectric power plants, thus demonstrating the far-reaching potential of sustainability in entrepreneurship.