Tag: Women-Led Entrepreneurship

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Popped Water Lily Seeds Go Prime Time
Popped Water Lily Seeds Go Prime Time » Nadine Habayeb MBA’17 is about to swim with the sharks as she attempts to seal a deal for her snack company, Bohana, on ABC’s Shark Tank on Friday night, March 20.
Everything And Then Some
Everything And Then Some » First year student Sree Dasari ’23 arrived at Babson with a patent, startup, and published scientific research. She's building on that foundation to grow her business at Babson.
Their Mission: Empower Women Everywhere
Their Mission: Empower Women Everywhere » Savitha Sridharan MBA’14 and Angela Sanchez MBA’11 are two Babson entrepreneurs united by one extraordinary mission—to empower women everywhere .
Entrepreneurs Don’t Go It Alone at Babson
Entrepreneurs Don’t Go It Alone at Babson » While she was launching Yad, her home decor business, Debbie Cohen ’19 took full advantage of the many resources that Babson offers budding entrepreneurs.
Want to Know How to Rebrand Your Business? Think Customer First.
Want to Know How to Rebrand Your Business? Think Customer First. » Shay Gaafar MBA’19 says that learning how to rebrand your business is easier when you keep customers, not marketing, top of mind.
Back at Babson
Back at Babson » Eliana Crosina ’05, MBA’11 has ensured lifelong learning is always part of her career, returning to Babson to teach and energize future entrepreneurs.
SPLAT! Breaking the Rules in STEM Education
SPLAT! Breaking the Rules in STEM Education » If you’re on a mission to get kids excited about coding, letting them jump and play is a pretty good place to start. Just ask Bryanne Leeming MBA’16, who built a business that mixes STEM education and play.
7 Go-to-Market Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs
7 Go-to-Market Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs » In a new book looking at go-to-market strategies, contributors from Babson and around the world explore the power and potential of women entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurial Women Need Disruptive Financial Models
Entrepreneurial Women Need Disruptive Financial Models » Investing in women entrepreneurs is an opportunity to expand innovation and economic development, says new research from Diana International Impact Report.
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.