Tag: Entrepreneurship

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New U.S. GEM Report Gives Hope for Entrepreneurship in a Post-COVID World
New U.S. GEM Report Gives Hope for Entrepreneurship in a Post-COVID World » In 2019, U.S. entrepreneurship rates were the highest they had ever been—a finding that offers hope as a country in crisis turns to entrepreneurial leaders for innovation and change.
GEM Data: Black Entrepreneurship Represents Highest Rate in U.S.
GEM Data: Black Entrepreneurship Represents Highest Rate in U.S. » The rate of Black entrepreneurship across the United States has intensified since 2014, and it’s because of innovators like Mandy Bowman ’12.
First Virtual Catalyst Program Convenes Entrepreneurs Around the World
First Virtual Catalyst Program Convenes Entrepreneurs Around the World » Virtually and around the world, Summer Catalyst participants pitched their businesses to hundreds of viewers in the program’s showcase.
In Impromptu Album Release, Taylor Swift Sings in an Entrepreneur’s Tune
In Impromptu Album Release, Taylor Swift Sings in an Entrepreneur’s Tune » Can musicians be entrepreneurs? Most certainly, says Lakshmi Balachandra, reflecting on the release of Taylor Swift’s impromptu album, “Folklore.”
Meet Two Emerging Leaders Positioned to Thrive
Meet Two Emerging Leaders Positioned to Thrive » Emerging leaders like Jason Shatsky and Tyler Ratanamongkala-Bray are positioned to thrive in crisis.
Getting to Know Dr. Claire-Cecile Pierre
Getting to Know Dr. Claire-Cecile Pierre » The executive director of Babson’s new Kerry Murphy Healey Center for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship is concerned about inequality in medicine.
Class Project Turned Product of the Future
Class Project Turned Product of the Future » Four MBA students collaborated on what was initially a class project. The result was a real product that could simplify the disinfecting process at gyms.
#MyBabson: Centers and Institutes
#MyBabson: Centers and Institutes » These graduates are just a few examples of students whose Babson experience has been enhanced by the College's centers and institutes.
Whatever It Takes
Whatever It Takes » Entrepreneurs have shifted their companies to address coronavirus-related needs, and in the process, have learned much about the effort required to pivot.
Can Businesses Start and Grow in a Crisis?
Can Businesses Start and Grow in a Crisis? » Entrepreneurial leaders across industries will guide us past the coronavirus crisis by identifying needs and solving problems.