Tag: Family Entrepreneurship

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Ready to Entrepreneur, Young Students Spend Summer with Babson
Ready to Entrepreneur, Young Students Spend Summer with Babson » The time for innovation is now. Babson has set out to galvanize budding entrepreneurs around the world through its new, virtual summer programs.
The Joy of the Jigsaw Puzzle
The Joy of the Jigsaw Puzzle » White Mountain Puzzles, co-owned by Colin Wroblewski ’03, has seen a spike in sales as people seek an uplift from an unlikely source: jigsaw puzzles.
To Fill a Drastic Need
To Fill a Drastic Need » The family manufacturing firm of Matthew Boyd MBA’07 is shifting production to make urgently needed medical masks. “We feel an obligation to help,” says Boyd.
How Will I Create the Future?
How Will I Create the Future? » Professor William Gartner, of Babson College’s Institute for Family Entrepreneurship, has been studying entrepreneurs for decades. “I can’t think of any other group of people I’d rather be with,” he says.
Supporting Past, Current, and Future Generations of Entrepreneurial Families
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.
Millennial CEOs Ready to Lead Family Businesses
Millennial CEOs Ready to Lead Family Businesses » Longer life expectancy combined with changing expectations are putting strain on business families as they adapt in today's evolving landscape.
The Next Generation
The Next Generation » Two generations of the Cisneros family business shared their take on succession planning and more during Babson Connect: Worldwide.
A Family Affair
A Family Affair » Parents and Teens attending The Entrepreneurial Family, a program of Babson Executive Education, learn about entrepreneurial thinking, as well as each other.
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?
One Family’s Non-Linear Family Entrepreneurship Journey
One Family’s Non-Linear Family Entrepreneurship Journey » For three generations, the Barber family has evolved their business from a small butcher shop to a national food industry leader.