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Babson Startups Win Big at B.E.T.A. Challenge
Babson Startups Win Big at B.E.T.A. Challenge » More than $300,000 in cash and prizes was awarded at the esteemed Babson Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (B.E.T.A.) Challenge.
The Corporate Entrepreneur: Matthew Mottola at Microsoft
The Corporate Entrepreneur: Matthew Mottola at Microsoft » Matthew Mottola MS’17 is obsessed with fixing both the way we work, and the way we feel about our work. He used his make-it-happen mindset to tackle this problem at Microsoft.
Michael Ioffe’s Conversation Became a World-Changing Idea
Michael Ioffe’s Conversation Became a World-Changing Idea » A series of conversations with students in Yemen left Michael Ioffe ’21 with an idea—that text messages could be used to bridge the digital learning access gap.
One Day. All Access. Founders Summit 2019.
One Day. All Access. Founders Summit 2019. » Entrepreneurial power houses from Babson’s global community will come together for the first Founder’s Summit on Thursday, April 11.
B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists Pitch Their Startups This article contains a photo gallery
B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinalists Pitch Their Startups » Undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni pitched their businesses at the 2019 B.E.T.A. Challenge Semifinals, in hopes of ultimately competing for $300,000 in cash and in-kind services during the finals on Thursday, April 11.
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson
Shay Jaffar – A Brand Born at Babson » Shay Gaafar MBA’19 came to Babson to dive into the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Two years later, she’s leaving with her own brand.
B.E.T.A. Challenge Winners: Where Are They Now?
B.E.T.A. Challenge Winners: Where Are They Now? » What happens after you win the B.E.T.A. Challenge? WIth this year's Venture Expo and Finale nearing, The Blank Center caught up with past winners for updates on their businesses.
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People”
“I Walked In And Knew, These Are My People” » As a young entrepreneur, Rachel Pardue ’19, co-founder of LOU, often felt like the odd one out—until she found her home at Babson.
From Commander to Student to Fellow to CEO
From Commander to Student to Fellow to CEO » As graduation approached for Prakash Veenam MBA '18, he took advantage of a summer fellowship offered through the Leonard A. Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship. That fellowship paved the way for Veenam to become CEO just three months later.
Setting the Stage for Startup Success
Setting the Stage for Startup Success » Now more than ever, American entrepreneurs see good business opportunities around them. So, what will it take for them to act on it—and to be successful?