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The Lewis Institute

Showing Up For Purpose

By Jack Barber ’16, Co-Founder of Mainely Burgers. If someone had told me three years ago that my brother, Max, and I would be running our business Mainely Burgers full-time, I would have told them that they were crazy. During my senior year at Babson, I was razor focused on getting a job in finance.…

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Ziyan Liu

Week 1: Summer Venture Program 2017

Except for the weather being a little cloudy, May 22nd was a perfect day for us to kick off the 2017 Summer Venture Program. Our SVP director, David Chang, welcomed fourteen startups to Workbar Boston, where all the teams will be working to develop their ventures for the next couple of months. After the introductions,…

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5 Questions for an Eater Entrepreneur: Jack Barber

An eater entrepreneur begins by assessing his desire in terms of what’s on his plate right now, what’s not, and what he want to change. Next, he considers what he knows, who he knows, and his skills and personal strengths as tools to help him collect more information. Then, he takes a small step to…

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Food Sol

Rising Junior Jack Barber Talks Food Truck Entrepreneurship

It was only last summer that Jack Barber opened his food truck Mainely Burgers with business partner Ben Berman. In April, they won Eater’s Best Burger in Maine. And last Wednesday, they became one of just five businesses honored at the annual Entreverge awards. (Entreverge recognizes local entrepreneurs whose businesses exhibit a scalable vision and…

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