Author: Alexandra Dunk

Prove Your Product Market Fit

Top 3 Actions to Take During Winter Break to Move Your Business Concept Forward The following post was written by Cindy Klein Marmer, Associate Director of the Butler Launch Pad We’ve compiled a list of three key actions you can take this winter break to prove out market need and ensure you are building a…

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Pivots and Progress During a Pandemic

The pandemic has affected all our professional and personal lives, but Babson student and alumni entrepreneurs are undeterred. They have continued to build their businesses, take advantage of opportunities, and take their businesses in new directions when the times call for it. Read on for a few updates from our community: Fan Bi ’09 has…

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What Happens Next: Advice from SVP Alumni

For our last Lunch & Learn of Summer Catalyst, Richard O’Brien MBA’20 and Meagan Priest MSEL’19 joined us to share what they’ve been working on since participating in the 2019 Summer Venture Program and their tips for building upon the experience. Meagan has pivoted the technology she was working on to serve a new need that…

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2020 Summer Catalyst Startup Profile: BONAMI FOOD PRODUCTS

Four years ago, Felix Guelfucci MSEL ’20 volunteered with Gawad Kalinga, a NGO in the Philippines, and realized something about himself: He is passionate about using his skills to address social problems. Seeing firsthand the needs of local communities, he became interested in social entrepreneurship. Fast forward to BONAMI, gourmet seafood products with a social…

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2020 Summer Catalyst Startup Profile: Flow Taxes

Andi Deng ’20 is excited about the potential of artificial intelligence – and he’s bringing it to accounting with Flow Taxes. Andi first became interested in accounting when he volunteered with Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA). VITA is an IRS program providing free tax help to people who generally make $56,000 or less, persons with…

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