Tag: Women-Led Entrepreneurship

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She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected.
She Wanted to Help. Becoming a Farmer Wasn’t What She Expected. » After graduation, Rosine Ndayishimiye ’18 returned to her native Rwanda to make a difference. That path led her to the unexpected career choice of becoming a farmer.
Babson College Alumni Make Forbes 30 Under 30
Babson College Alumni Make Forbes 30 Under 30 » “The young, creative and bold minds on this year’s 30 Under 30 list are proof positive that the future will be new, exciting and profoundly different.”
What Drives Successful Women in Business?
What Drives Successful Women in Business? » Successful women in business are collaborative and emotionally intelligent. Many learn and hone these skills through Babson Executive Education.
For Fashion Entrepreneur Ruthie Davis, Making Shoes with Disney Is ‘Like a Dream’
For Fashion Entrepreneur Ruthie Davis, Making Shoes with Disney Is ‘Like a Dream’ » In her collaborations with Disney, fashion entrepreneur Ruthie Davis brings together the company’s beloved characters with her distinct creative voice.
Appreciating the Value of Entrepreneurial Women
Appreciating the Value of Entrepreneurial Women » The latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor women's report, co-authored by Babson College, demonstrates the value that entrepreneurial women bring to societies around the world.
The Way We Make Stuff Now
The Way We Make Stuff Now » At the 7th annual Disruption Dinner at Babson College, The Grommet Co-Founders Jules Pieri and Joanne Domeniconi explored the ins and outs of innovation, opportunity, risk, and partnership.
Equality in Entrepreneurship? Not Yet
Equality in Entrepreneurship? Not Yet » Babson’s Candida Brush has long studied women entrepreneurs. They have made many strides, but one critical challenge remains.
What Happens to a Woman-Led Business After Startup?
What Happens to a Woman-Led Business After Startup? » New research from Babson College and Bank of America finds that successful women entrepreneurs face barriers beyond capital, yet forge ahead through grit, resilience, and leadership.
Can the Financial Markets Make the World a Better Place?
Can the Financial Markets Make the World a Better Place? » Erika Karp’s investment firm helps clients make a social impact with their money. Babson recently honored her with the Centennial Social Innovator Award.
The Rise of Cyber Currency, Artificial Intelligence, and Strategies for Women’s Entrepreneurship
The Rise of Cyber Currency, Artificial Intelligence, and Strategies for Women’s Entrepreneurship » Babson recently welcomed a new professor of finance, and faculty members wrote books on the growth of cyber currency and women’s entrepreneurship.