Tag: Opportunity

alora1

Looking Down from the Dark Woods as my Own Master, Own Poet

As an individual who has merely traveled to family in my home countries of Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, the west coast always seemed so abstract, for a trip to a place like San Francisco has always been unattainable. Therefore, in deciding whether to accept my internship, the factor of traveling into the unknown, moreover…

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Antonette Ho

The Search

The following post is from James Lancelot, a 2017 MBA candidate. Over the past 15 years I have been lucky enough to work at some great companies, and advise for some incredible startups. I have noticed some traits that I think will help those looking to get ahead in their Search for their next opportunity.…

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Antonette Ho

Blank in Boston – Product Launch Workshop

The following post is from Ali Pincus Jacobs, a Blank Center team member. We’re excited to be at Babson’s Boston Campus for our next event – an in depth product launch workshop! Forget raising capital, the real test of an entrepreneur is the ability to successfully launch their product or idea. However, launching and finding…

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Antonette Ho

Blank @ Boston – Augmented Reality

The Blank Center is excited to announce that with Babson’s recent expansion in Boston, we will be hosting monthly events  at our new downtown location at 100 High Street! As our mission is to accelerate the practice of Entrepreneurship of All Kinds, we are looking forward to building a larger community for Babson and the…

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Babson Hatchery

Why Industrial Hemp Could Save the World

The following post is from Trevor Grode ’19, founder of J.W. Hunt Organics, a spring 2016 hatchery business. What are the biggest problems facing the world today? Climate change, globalization, health, water shortages. In short – sustainability. When you consider our rapidly dwindling natural resources and our exponentially increasing population, the question really becomes “how…

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Antonette Ho

How do you know your business idea is feasible?

The following post is from Fifi Shi ’18, a Butler Venture Accelerator team member. “How do you know your business idea is feasible?” Professor Andrew Corbett, faculty director of the Butler Venture Accelerator program, asked this opening question in the feasibility workshop he hosted on October 6. Everyone has interesting business ideas nowadays. However, those…

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KP Rhee

Honest Tea with Co-founder Seth Goldman

One of characteristics that successful venture should have is its value proposition to solve a customer’s problem. When customers realize that existing products do not satisfy their needs, entrepreneurs can step in and provide products and services that can solve the problem. Seth Goldman, co-founder of Honest Tea, recently came to Babson’s campus and recounted his…

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5 Great Things About Starting Up

Starting a venture can be one of the most exciting and stimulating things of your life. In order to share a part of my experience with you, I’ve compiled a list of five great thing about starting your own company. In my opinion, the best thing about starting up is that you’re doing what you…

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