Tag: immigration

Adam Sulkowski

Entrepreneurship with Law During COVID-19: Babson WIN Lab Alumna Is Helping International Students Serve Local Communities

Imagine being a job seeker, but not being free to accept an offer. Imagine being an employer who’s not free to hire the most qualified person. Now imagine being an entrepreneur with a start-up that will serve a community and hire local talent during the COVID-19 outbreak, but your legal status does not allow you…

Posted In Faculty & Leadership Blog

Emily Besen

Entrepreneur-Friendly Immigration Reform

Post by Doug Hardy, from http://entrepreneurshipofallkinds.org Steve Case must be an optimist. The co-founder of America Online and current CEO of blue-chip venture firm Revolution LLC thinks a bipartisan majority in Congress will pass immigration reform this year … or at least the targeted reform of Startup Act 3.0 (pdf), a bill designed to keep the best…

Posted In Living Entrepreneurship Blog