Tag: Babson entrepreneurs

Summer Catalyst: Week 10

It’s hard to believe that Week 10 was the final week of Summer Catalyst! The 16 Summer Catalyst venture teams achieved major milestones, developed their skills, learned new lessons, and made lasting connections with friends and mentors. They engaged in Hot Seat Sessions, Lunch and Learns, Team Updates, Creative Consultations, and Office Hours. They learned…

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Alexandra Dunk

Summer Catalyst: Advice, Entrepreneur to Entrepreneur

If you were given an unique opportunity to accelerate your business, how would you take advantage of it? To give the Summer Catalyst teams the benefit of perspective from fellow entrepreneurs, SC Director Bob Stringer led a conversation with Summer Venture Program alumni Alisson Amaral ’21, founder of CollegeSpot, and Jess Lynch ’13 MS’13 MBA’18,…

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Being a Global Entrepreneur in Residence at Babson College

Today on Living Entrepreneurship, we are featuring a guest post from Akhil Nair MBA’18, founding partner of Parzenn Partners. Since graduating from Babson, Akhil has accelerated his venture through Babson’s Global Entrepreneur in Residence program. Here are his thoughts on the GEIR experience! Babson College’s Global Entrepreneur in Residence program is perhaps one of the…

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2019 SVP Startup Profile: Hoamsy

Hoamsy is one of thirteen Babson startups presenting at Thursday, July 25th’s Summer Venture Showcase at the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. Register to attend our showcase at bit.ly/2019svp! For young professionals moving to new cities after college, renting an apartment can be an intimidating task made even harder by inefficiencies in the brokerage system.…

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Nishant Udeshi

A Taste of the Real World: Babson Entrepreneurship Forum

The Babson Club fair was the most anticipated event for all proactive first years during our orientation week. The most praised club and event at the fair was the ‘Babson Entrepreneurship Forum,’ one of many large-scale events organized by graduate students each year. The BEF and other student forums attract national and international corporations, industry…

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Babson San Francisco

Announcing Summer Venture Program in San Francisco!

This summer, we’re excited to launch Babson’s signature accelerator here at our San Francisco campus located in SoMa, the center of the start-up scene in SF. Within blocks of the campus are headquarters of some of the biggest names in tech, as well as a host of co-working spaces, accelerators, and VC firms, making San…

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D Coley

Lessons from the subway

On my first day riding the subway, from Columbia University to the Evol8tion office in midtown Manhattan, I chose to pass the time by reading Richard Branson ‘s autobiography: Losing My Virginity (a must read.) Mid-ride I was abruptly interrupted by a loud confident voice. “Excuse me ladies and gentlemen,” A teen of thirteen or…

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Brenda Kostyk

The BIG “E” – Big Company Entrepreneurship

So far this semester, I’ve blogged on a variety of topics related to new ventures.  For those who aren’t interested (or at least not yet!) in launching their own gig; there are boundless entrepreneurial opportunities within existing ventures, such as start-ups, small businesses, or large companies.  To start, let’s talk about the BIG “E” —  Big…

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KP Rhee

Starting a Business as an International Student

Starting a business in the United States requires a lot of legal documentation. Starting a business as an international student is even harder as visa requirements are complex. In order to help students who face this issue, Steven R. London from Pepper Hamilton, and Lesley Hauser from O’Neill & Hauser P.C. hosted a panel on…

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