Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: Collaboration

Emily Denoble

Social Impact: Market Imperative, Market Opportunity

At the 2017 Babson Entrepreneurship Forum, the closing event was a panel titled “Social Impact: Market Imperative, Market Opportunity.” Cheryl Kiser, Executive Director of the Lewis Institute, introduced the session. “The theme of the Babson Entrepreneurship Forum is to make an impact. This panel will explore ecosystems that support socially-focused ventures. A startup’s connection to…

Tiffany Tapia

Arts & Business Conversation with Maria Schneider

Posting on behalf of Teresa Wolf, Senior at Babson College concentrating in Information Technology Management & Business Analytics. Teresa Wolf led the Q&A session for the Arts & Business Conversation with Maria Schneider hosted on March 10th at Sorenson Black Box. Have you ever met a person that you did not know was your idol…

Abby

Fragment House Collaboration – Part II

Mary Pinard: As a poet who shapes words into bundles and couplets and waves across and down a page, I have always felt a kinship with sculpture. So when I had the opportunity to work with Danielle on a piece for the Slocum River Project, I was very excited. I admire—and am inspired by—the ways…

Abby

Fragment House Collaboration – Part I

Danielle Krcmar: In the Spring of 2011, I was offered the opportunity to make a sculpture for the River Project. Mary Pinard and I had previously discussed collaborating and this struck me as the perfect opportunity for us to work together. I love Mary’s poetry and wanted to make sure that the piece we made…

Great new collaboration tool

I work a lot remotely.  I mean a lot.  When you are running a business that involves coordinating with 11 different people, some in New Zealand, some in Australia, some in England and some in Boston you spend a lot of time in virtual meetings.  Add to this – we are currently building a new service…