Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: Serial Entrepreneur

Lessons from John Landry: How 2 Have a Successful Startup

Although all startups are unique, new ventures consistently face some of the same crucial early choices, such as adding co-founders and taking their first outside funding. If you knew which approaches to these choices give startups the best chance to succeed, would you change how you grow your venture? This past Tuesday, #How2Tuesdays moved from…

Emily Denoble

Honoring Thomas MBA’63 and Laurie Cunnington

At the Celebrating Achievements in Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® event, Babson was proud to name Thomas W. Cunnington, MBA’63, and his wife, Laurie Cunnington, to the Alumni Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. They are both partners of Cunnington & Cunnington, a consulting firm based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, that specializes in energy projects. They started this…

The Entrepreneurship Roller Coaster

“Being an entrepreneur is the hardest thing you’ll ever do.” “An Entrepreneur is a lonely existence.” “Nine out of Ten times you’ll fail.” “Get ready for an emotional roller coaster.” Wow, when you put it that way, why am I doing this in the first place? I had to remember what led me here… I…

Fan Bi

Managing Work Flow Between Businesses

Running 3 business is quite hard. Clearly, we decided to create up three startups for betterment of the companies as a whole. We started Blank Label as our premier store, allowing customers to create-their-own dress shirts with all the styling options they loved. Then we launched RE:custom, as a hub about customization, solidifying our position…