WIN Lab Among Winners of BostInno’s 50 On Fire Awards
The Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson is among the winners of the BostInno 3rd annual 50 on Fire awards.
50 on Fire honors those driving innovation within the region by recognizing the year’s 50 most luminary, disruptive and newsworthy people and organizations across industries.
The Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab is a yearlong residency program for women entrepreneurs that accelerates the entrepreneurial path from ideation to launch. The WIN Lab invests in women, empowering them to disrupt, experiment, and build successful companies on their terms.
The Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) at Babson College educates and inspires women entrepreneurial leaders to reach their full potential to create economic and social value for themselves, their organizations, and society.
Culled from 2,000+ nominees to 150 of Boston’s best, this year’s 50 on Fire finalists were announced in October and recognized on BostInno for their breakthrough accomplishments across nine industries: Technology, Media, Arts & Entertainment, Dining & Retail, Sports & Fitness, Medicine & Healthcare, Education, Design, Marketing & Advertising.
Finalists were reviewed and voted on by industry-specific panels of judges comprised of community leaders, influencers and former 50 on Fire winners.
2014 Education Winners, presented by Babson College, included WIN Lab as well as
- Panos Panay, Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship & Sonicbids
- Cynthia Breazeal, MIT Media Lab Personal Robots Group
- John Werner, MIT Media Lab & Ideas in Action
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