Living Entrepreneurship Blog / Tag: Trends

Antonette Ho

Entrepreneurship Faculty Profile: Caroline Daniels

Caroline Daniels has been an integral community member at Babson since 2010. From advising students in the Butler Venture Accelerator, to teaching students of all ages in-person and online, she is always on the go! One of the newest initiatives that Dr. Daniels is working on is FEI (Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative), a community that supports…

Babson Hatchery

Why Industrial Hemp Could Save the World

The following post is from Trevor Grode ’19, founder of J.W. Hunt Organics, a spring 2016 hatchery business. What are the biggest problems facing the world today? Climate change, globalization, health, water shortages. In short – sustainability. When you consider our rapidly dwindling natural resources and our exponentially increasing population, the question really becomes “how…

Babson Hatchery

Tracking an Industry On the Move

The following post is from Bryanne Leeming MBA ’16, founder of JumpSmart. JumpSmart creates interactive products that teach kids coding and the engineering process from ages 8-12. Our first product is an electronic, programmable floormat with lights and sensors that children can use to create games, designs, and animations they play on their feet. I’ve…

The Babson Entrepreneurship Forum

On Friday, the 9th of November 2012, Babson College hosted its flagship event the Babson Entrepreneurship Forum. Celebrating entrepreneurs of all kinds, the event was kicked off with a performance by songwriter Amber Rubarth, and was followed by a keynote from Frans Johansson, CEO of The Medici Group. Various panels and workshops took place throughout…

Growing Population of Hispanics in the US

This weekend I moved into a new apartment and hurt my back doing it so I spent today resting on the couch and looking into interesting business opportunities. One interesting trend is the growing population of Hispanics in the United States. According to the US Census Bureau, as of July 1 2006 there were 44.3 million Hispanics…