Tag: Family Entrepreneurship
Supporting Past, Current, and Future Generations of Entrepreneurial Families » A $2 million gift from Charlie Nulsen ’79 and JoAnn Kocum Nulsen ’81 will endow the Executive Directorship position at the Institute for Family Entrepreneurship, enabling the best in leadership and experiential programming for students and their entrepreneurial families.
Entrepreneurship in Her Family Dates Back to 1844. Today, Cathy Hughes Runs the Largest Black-Owned Broadcast Company in the Nation » At the 21st annual Black Affinity Network Conference, the Babson community awarded Cathy Hughes with a Pioneer Award for her unique contributions in changing the entertainment industry.
Global Business Leader Akio Toyoda MBA’82 to Deliver Graduate Centennial Commencement Address » Global business leader and Babson alumnus Akio Toyoda MBA’82, president of Toyota Motor Corporation, will address Babson’s graduate Class of 2019 as their Centennial Commencement speaker on Saturday, May 18.
Entrepreneurship Research and Why it Matters » For 20 years, the Babson-sponsored Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) has raised awareness about the power of entrepreneurship to create economic and social value, and hopes to continue to enact change in the way entrepreneurs are supported worldwide.
Advice from Married Entrepreneurs Sara Blakely and Jesse Itzler » Sara Blakely and Jesse Itzler are an entrepreneurial power-couple. She founded Spanx and is a self-made billionaire, he has sold multiple businesses, authored best selling books, and is a former rapper. Together they have four children and say marrying one another has been the best decision they ever made.