Tag: Entrepreneurs of All Kinds

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Celebrating 20 Years of Rocket Pitch with 20 Entrepreneurs, Part II
Celebrating 20 Years of Rocket Pitch with 20 Entrepreneurs, Part II » Our list of 20 Babson College entrepreneurs and innovators who have pitched at Babson's signature pitch event continues.
Celebrating 20 Years of Rocket Pitch with 20 Entrepreneurs, Part I
Celebrating 20 Years of Rocket Pitch with 20 Entrepreneurs, Part I » Meet 20 Babson entrepreneurs and innovators who have pitched at Babson’s most iconic—and electrifying—pitch event.
An Entrepreneur’s Political Pitch
An Entrepreneur’s Political Pitch » Babson College student Vivian Nguyen ’22 aspires to give a voice to underrepresented groups of her community. That’s why at age 19, she decided to run for Everett City Council.
Life and Business After ePitch
Life and Business After ePitch » ePitch finalist Ryan Laverty ’20 stood out on stage. Now he’s making plans for the future.
eTower, a Venture in Itself
eTower, a Venture in Itself » eTower is widely known at Babson for the entrepreneurial successes and endeavors of residents past. But, how did it start and why does it endure? Community.
Finding His Happy Work
Finding His Happy Work » Driven by his love for operations management, Michael Daboll ’19 is approaching the end of his time at Babson with a clear path and career in sight.
Babson Entrepreneurs Sweep Boston Titles
Babson Entrepreneurs Sweep Boston Titles » Boston competitions - BostInno’s 50 On Fire and 25 Under 25, the Boston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, and the MassChallenge Boston Top 20 finalists cohort - have honored many Babson students and alumni entrepreneurs this fall.
Jason Feifer: The Entrepreneur’s Storyteller
Jason Feifer: The Entrepreneur’s Storyteller » Jason Feifer, the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, talks about the enduring power of print, his need to find new opportunities, and what he admires about the many entrepreneurs he has met.
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The Courage to Collide » Aaron Walton ’83 has set out to change the approach to diversity in the workplace, and he’s starting with his own company.
It’s Not Entrepreneurship, It’s Artrepreneurship
It’s Not Entrepreneurship, It’s Artrepreneurship » What does Jamie Kent ’09 think is the biggest opportunity and the greatest hope for the music industry? Is it the next emerging artist? A new genre? No—it’s blockchain technology.