Tag: Chile

areeves1

MSEL Global Consulting: A week in Santiago, Chile

Last month, I was in Chile with about 63 of my classmates and friends. I’ve tried capturing the experience in pictures and in words, and while I think neither could do it justice, I’m going to give it a try. Chile: A country of innovation Over the course of this semester, my cohort has been…

Posted In Graduate Blog

UG Chile Elective Abroad – Unique Experience and Privilege!

This article was written by Mercedes Sierra ’15, an Education Abroad Peer Advisor who participated in the UG Chile Elective Abroad this past Fall  After having done a Semester Abroad in Paris, I knew I wanted to try an Elective Abroad, and I am extremely proud and honored to have been part of the first group of students…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Jeff Andrews

Babson in Chile!

  Thanksgiving dinner was a little different this year for me as I spent it nearly 5,000 miles away from home with twenty other Babson students and two professors. The fall elective abroad, Contemporary Strategic Issues in Chile, brought us to Santiago, Chile for eight days where we learned about the Chilean business environment and…

Posted In Undergraduate Blog

Emily Besen

Entrepreneurship and Environmental Sustainability in Chile

Post by Dan Edmonson (original post here) The 2015 Chilean elective abroad provided several opportunities for our group to visit fascinating and fun Chilean start-ups.  On the trip’s third day, we met Oscar Munoz, founder of Green Glass, at his home and corporate headquarters.  His company found a way to derive value from something most people think…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog

Michael Chmura

Developing Case Teaching Materials And Expertise

During this past week, a team from Babson has been managing and teaching the Banco de Chile – Babson College Chilean Entrepreneurship Educators Program – which involves 24 educators from 12 Chilean universities. The first face-to-face module in June, which explored the art and science of writing business cases, was led by Babson Professor Heidi…

Posted In Faculty & Leadership Blog