Tag: FedWell

Emily Denoble

SVP Alumni Tips

The Wellesley Summer Venture Program recently welcomed back two of its recent alumni to speak to the current cohort. Dylan Husted (CEO of SaveOhno, SVP’15), and Emily Lagasse (Founder of Fedwell Pet Foods, SVP’13), participated in an informal panel and shared advice that we believe entrepreneurs at all stages can benefit from. When did you…

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Emily Lagasse

Talk to Everybody

If there was one piece of advice I could give to all entrepreneurs, it would be this: Talk to everybody. Someone once gave me this same advice, and while I thought it was a good piece of advice, I had no idea what that looked like, or what it could mean for my business. Then,…

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Antonette Ho

Babson Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week

Today marks the start of Babson’s fifth celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW). Since our first GEW on campus, we’ve grown the number of activities and initiatives on campus immensely. Our events on/off campus are part of the thousands of events in 140+ countries celebrating innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity during GEW. In its eighth year,…

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10 Questions for Local Food Entrepreneur: Emily Lagasse

This interview was originally published on Examiner. Emily Lagasse is a total Babson entrepreneur: last year, she was a member of the Summer Venture Program, Women Innovation Now (WIN) Lab, and took the 2013 prize at Boston’s Women Business Conference Female Entrepreneurship Challenge. She’s also a food entrepreneur… just not for people. Emily is feeding…

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Marissa Goldstein

Profile of a WINner: Emily Lagasse

I recently sat down with one of The Women Innovating Now (WIN) Lab’s participants, Emily Lagasse M’15 to discuss her business, FedWell pet foods. Emily was recently named the winner of the 2013 Female Entrepreneurship Challenge at the Annual Women’s Business Conference. Tell me about your business idea. FedWell brings home-cooked, preservative-free dog food to…

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Antonette Ho

One Mistake I Won’t Make Twice

With the fall semester just around the corner, the Blank Center is getting ready to start another year of the Butler Venture Accelerator. The summer flew by with the fifth year of the Summer Venture Program, where 14 Babson businesses participated in a 10-week intensive experience designed to accelerate the development of their ventures. Check…

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