Tag: Mary Gale

Entrepreneurship Faculty Profile: Mary Gale

Mary Gale is a prominent member of the Babson community, adored campus-wide for her giving nature and infectious energy. I got to know her while working for the Summer Venture Program, for which she is the faculty director. While out of state for the San Francisco Summer Venture Showcase, she shared via phone call her…

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Notes from the Case Files: Meeting Adam

By Jesseca P. Timmons, a case writer in Entrepreneurial Studies and Social Entrepreneurship for the Lewis Institute at Babson College. Last fall, Professor Les Charm told Associate Professor Mary Gale he had a fantastic new case for us: New York-based Pencils of Promise (POP), founded by 27-year old Adam Braun.  Les, whose son had attended…

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Where Is Your Business At Right Now

Positioning a business is harder than most people think. Often entrepreneurs have a hard time defining their businesses correctly. To help entrepreneurs in the Summer Venture Program, Mary Gale delivered insightful information about how to position your business. Entrepreneurs should have their own positioning statements for their business. A positioning statement  is not an ad,…

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