Alexandra Dunk

A Babson Built Gift Guide

Do you have a lot of holiday presents to buy, but not a lot of ideas or time? Where better to get gift ideas than from our Babson Built guests? Not only did these Babson alumni entrepreneurs join us on the podcast to inspire us with their entrepreneurial journeys and share their advice, but their…

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Annie Bergeron

Recruit Babson Undergraduate Talent in Spring 2020!

The Babson College Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development (CCD)Below please find many ways to tap into Babson’s talent this Spring, including an opportunity to host an Externship at your organization in January. We hope to see you on campus! SPRING 2020 PROGRAMS RESUME REVIEW NIGHTWednesday, February 12th 6:00pm – 8:00pm CALLING ALL RECRUITERS AND…

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Adam Sulkowski

Law, Strategy, Sustainability, Social Entrepreneurship: Insights from Experiential Learning

A customizable experiential learning project allowed students to either (1) interview a professional of their choice or (2) partner with founders in MIT Enterprise Forum CEE to learn how legal astuteness can make-or-break an organization. The project was an opportunity to take ownership of their learning, pursue a passion, network, and take a deeper dive…

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Engaging with Your Customer: How 2 Achieve Customer Success

At the core of any successful startup is a strong understanding of its customers. Throughout this semester’s #How2Tuesdays series, we’ve heard from experts that many startups fail because they never truly put themselves in their customers’ shoes to design a problem-solving product. So how can founders go above and beyond to serve their customers? Earlier…

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Alexandra Dunk

Putting the Spotlight on Our Global Entrepreneurs

Global Entrepreneurship Week is an opportunity to celebrate and connect with entrepreneurs and innovators around the world – and here at Babson too. In honor of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we are highlighting four international entrepreneurs who are part of Babson’s network, thanks to the Global Entrepreneur in Residence (GEIR) program. The GEIR program enables international…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

Vmock Resume Review Tips

This blog was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Yuwei Zheng ’22. Did you know that Babson has partnered with VMock, an AI tool that gives you instant feedback on your resume’s content and formation? VMock is a resume platform that annotates your resume with personalized feedback on all aspects of your resume, and the benchmarks…

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Peer Career Ambassadors

How to Best Prepare for an Interview

This blog post was written by Peer Career Ambassador, Simon Zhang ‘21.  You must be anxious after receiving the interview scheduling email. Relax, breathe, and congratulate yourself because you just passed the first step in finding a job! However, do not relax yet. The second step is the interview and it is one of the…

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Never Not Negotiating: How 2 Negotiate in the Life of a Startup

Aside from pitching, one of the most important skills for an entrepreneur to master is negotiation. Entrepreneurs find themselves negotiating across all aspects of their venture, from raising funding to convincing co-founders to join their team. The Blank Center recently had the privilege of welcoming one of the foremost experts in entrepreneurial negotiation, Samuel “Mooly”…

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Alexandra Dunk

The Future of Fashion and the FEI

The following post is from Professor Caroline Daniels, who leads The Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative. Join the FEI for its Global Fashion Trends event on Monday, November 18, as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Launched in the fall of 2016, The Fashion Entrepreneurial Initiative (FEI) supports and inspires students at Babson to create a positive social, environmental,…

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