Jenny Ho

Having an “Adult” Job

I’ve never wanted to be one of those people that grew up quickly. You know the ones I’m talking about – the kids that always wished for their birthdays to come for that one extra candle on the cake. Don’t get me wrong; this aversion to aging isn’t due to a fear of responsibilities –quite…

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Ziyan Liu

2017 SVP Startup Profile: Magnomer

Founders: Ravish Majithia, PhD, MBA’18: Founder and CXO; Vishal Salian, PhD: Cofounder and CTO What’s Magnomer? Magnomer uses cradle-to-cradle principles to redesign plastic packaging for better recyclability. We redesign plastic packaging by adding visual functional magnetizable elements which complement brand designs and enable capture and recovery from waste streams. Watch our video!: What is the…

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Ziyan Liu

2017 SVP Startup Profile: BioStructures

Founders: Chad Caisse MBA’18, Co-Founder; Gus Barber MBA’18, Co-Founder What’s BioStructures? We believe that the key to success in business is to take care of the comfort, safety, and health of your workforce. At BioStructures we build state-of-the-art safety boots custom designed to accommodate each wearer’s individual needs, and we work with construction and manufacturing…

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Shannon Sweeny

Babson in Miami: Alumni and Family Businesses

Babson has already made an impact on the Miami ecosystem with all the alumni and family businesses in the area. Carlos Alberto Escotet MBA’14, CEO Banesco Panama The Benderson Family ’03 ’16, President Benderson Development Company Sebastian Gomez Puerto MBA’14, Founder and General Manager Cafe X Murilo de Oliveira Amaral MBA’16, Francine Veloni Gervazio MBA’16,…

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Brianna Radicioni

Welcome Babson Miami!

Guest blog post by Carolina Pina, Director, Babson’s WIN Lab® Miami It is such an exciting time to be at Babson College, and in Miami. Both are growing and garnering more momentum for the world of business, and now, the school known best for Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® is making its footprint in the Magic…

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Update from Alba

While we are in the midst of re-branding the Alba Boutique to a new and more meaningful Sloane and Ivy Boutique, it has come to my attention that re-branding is just as hard as starting a new store. Around the time of re-leasing the store, Kate and I also have to be creative when it comes…

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Ziyan Liu

2017 SVP Startup Profile: Wanku

Founders: Juan Giraldo MBA’18: Co-founder & CEO Nicolás Estrella: Co-founder & CMO What’s Wanku? Wanku is bringing a delicious herbal infusion known as the ‘healing water’ that has been consumed for centuries in the Andes Mountains because of its health properties. What is the story behind your startup? 7 months ago me (Juan) and my…

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Shannon Sweeny

Babson Executive Education Delivering Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp in Toronto

The Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp, a multi-day open enrollment program from Babson Executive Education is continuing to expand its reach beyond the Babson campus. After successfully delivering the Entrepreneur’s Boot Camp program around the world, Babson is now traveling to Toronto, Ontario to provide local entrepreneurs with strategies and tools needed to launch a new venture.…

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Shannon Sweeny

Introducing “Lead to Transform,” a Babson Executive Education Program for Indian Family Business Owners

Lead to Transform is a first of its kind program designed exclusively to prepare family business owners in India for a new phase of growth in a rapidly changing business environment. This is a three module program being co-delivered by Babson Executive Education and SPJIMR, a top ranked school of management in India. Matt Allen,…

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The Lewis Institute

ET&A in War-Torn Syria

By Gyda Sumadi ‘18. A piece of Syria visited Babson this spring, as Dr. Mahmoud Hariri, a trauma surgeon on the ground in Syria, visited campus to share with students, faculty, and community members his first-hand experience of the tragedies to date in the now six-year long war in Syria. Syrian myself (my father was…

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