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KP Rhee

Entrepreneurial Takeaways from Len Schlesinger

As many know, Len Schlesinger will be ending his term as 12th president of Babson College. The Summer Venture Program was fortunate to have him visit and interact with a live Q&A session with program participants. Here are some of President Schlesinger’s takeaways based on questions the entrepreneurs asked. In order to be succeed, one…

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How Humor and Creativity can be Tools for Solving Your Business Problem – Rasia Friedler

Humor and creativity are artistic and improvisational tools that can improve communication and help people be better leaders. Rasia Friedler, founder and CEO of allegro and SaludArte Foundation, facilitated a theatre-debate workshop for the Summer Venture Program community. By creating a safe and positive environment for everyone, the experience offered participants an opportunity to share…

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Tips for Selling Your Product/Service

One of challenges that many startups faces is not actually launching, but is selling product/service to customers. The Summer Venture Program Adviser, Jeff  Schiebe recently gave insightful tips for selling your business. When entrepreneurs sell their products and/or service, they should be able to answer the following three questions: what are you selling, who are…

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Five Simple Rules

Many entrepreneurs face difficulty when they confront legal issues, including structuring a company to financing businesses. Larry Gennari, parter at Gennari Aronson, LLP, held a “lunch and learn” session for the Summer Venture Program Summarizing five simple rules startups should know. The first rule is to understand that if you are selling shares in your…

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Smart Way to Collect Information – Market Intelligence

Kevin Mulcahy, one of advisors in Summer Venture Program, recently held a lunch and learn session talked about market intelligence (also known as business intelligence and competitive intelligence). His profession at Fuld & Company the last few years helped him become a market intelligence expert. According to Mulcahy, market intelligence is information that can affect…

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