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A Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship Published

A Research Agenda for Women and Entrepreneurship has been published by Edward Elgar publishing Elgar Research Agendas. The publication is edited by Candida G. Brush, the Franklin W. Olin Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship and Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership at Babson, and Patricia G. Greene, formerly the Paul T. Babson Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies at Babson.…

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Professor Candida Brush Receives Karl Vesper Entrepreneurship Pioneer Award

Babson Entrepreneurship Division Chair and Professor Candida Brush has received the Karl Vesper Entrepreneurship Pioneer Award. The Vesper award is given each year in conjunction with the Experiential Classroom to an individual who epitomizes the concept of an ‘academic entrepreneur’ — a person who with passion and perseverance has enabled entrepreneurship to expand both in…

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Making A Difference With Customer Service

New Zealand is the country of small businesses and the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well.  This past week I traveled from Auckland, to Wellington, to Dunedin and up through the lake country of the South Island. Of the 50 million sheep in this country, I think I have seen about 250,000 (give or take…

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Global Mega City Vs Small Regional City

I had been with Professor Brush to attend the JASVE conference in Niigata, Japan.(See her two recent blog entries – #1 and #2).The conference’s theme for this year was “New Venture Creation and Regional Economies (roughly translated),” and it is certainly a reflection of the long-held concerns about bi-polarization of economic development and activities between…

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Women Entrepreneurs In Japan

I arrived in Narita Airport in Tokyo yesterday and was met by Yuka Nakatsumi, CEO of a new company named Miths.  Miths produces and distributes organic matcha green tea in powdered form that can be mixed with boiling water.  Each package includes 5 cup sized samples in a flat transparent envelope that makes it transportable. …

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