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Viola Du

How Law is Related to Business Management II

Post continued… 1. Miscommunication It is very common that the complaint (employee)’s allegations do not line up with the respondent (employer)’s statement. It may occur that the complaint thinks he/she goes through the process of asking for accommodations and accuses for not getting that he wants. In reality, it may be the case that the…

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Viola Du

How Law is Related to Business Management I

It may seem very irrelevant for a business student to work for a civil law enforcement agency. Law and business are actually related as law plays as a regulator in a business, which helps to structure the management system and set certain punishments within a company. As a legal intern working for anti-discrimination law, I…

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Kaina Lisibach

Was Babson The Right Choice? Five Things I’ve Learned While Interning This Summer

Before being lured in by business and deciding to attend Babson College, I had once aspired to follow the very untraditional  (sarcasm) route of majoring in political science/international relations, taking out a couple of hundred thousand dollar loans in order to attend law school, and ultimately “changing the world.” However, the summer before my senior year…

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Business in Sports

My name is Jacqueline Paul,  but I am better known as JP or JIP around campus. I am from Burlington, NJ and I am a rising junior at Babson college. This summer I am interning at the Philadelphia Phillies, a Major League baseball club. I am learning the ins and outs of how a club…

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Vanessa Onwe

Business and Pharmaceuticals?

Week one in the books at GreyHealth Group, better known as GHG New York! For those of you who may not know, GreyHealth Group is a consulting, advertising and marketing company for pharmaceutical companies world wide. In simpler terms, huge corporations such as GSK and Pfizer often hire GHG to consult and advertise for their…

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Brianna Radicioni

Manizales Más Celebrates Five Years of Fostering Growth, Employment, and Prosperity Among the Local Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Manizales Más, Babson’s entrepreneurship and economy-boosting collaboration with the Colombian city of Manizales, has driven an average 46 percent growth among 73 high-potential companies in just five years. These companies have registered an average $39 million in sales, created 1,392 new jobs, and attracted 1,679 new customers, in addition to eight exporting companies. Such growth…

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The Lewis Institute

Activating the UN Sustainable Development Goals

As an Entrepreneur in Residence here at The Lewis Institute, Carol Atwood has been a tremendous force in integrating the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into experiential learning opportunities at Babson. She recently led what we hope will be the first of many MCFE (Management Consulting Field Experience) projects focused specifically on activating businesses…

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Priscilla Joy Ning

5 Reasons Why Startups Are Stealing The Best Talent

L Marks Working at NatureBox for the past three weeks has been an absolute whirlwind of new experiences. But admittedly, while I was driving to my new home in Silicon Valley, I was wondering what all the fuss surrounding the startup culture was truly about. After all, the area looked exactly like the Southern California…

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Brianna Radicioni

Poets & Quants Names Babson College the No. 1 Undergraduate Business School in New England; Top 20 Nationwide

Babson College is the top undergraduate business school in New England and No. 18 nationwide in Poets & Quants’ inaugural Best Undergraduate Business Programs of 2016. Babson is also the only college in the top 20 institutions ranked—all others are business schools within larger universities. According to Poets & Quants: Babson College is the only…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Networking: Mistakes you Don’t Know You’re Making

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Stela Maksutaj (’17). Networking (ˈnetˌwərk): socioeconomic business activity by which business people and entrepreneurs meet to form business relationships and to recognize, create, or act upon business opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for ventures. How intimidating! The word networking itself is off putting to some…

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