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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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#How2Tuesday: How 2 Network at Events and Conferences

A skill that everyone needs to learn – how to network at events and conferences! We are thrilled to have Dylan Husted ’17, founder of SaveOhno.org, host this session. Through strategic networking, Dylan has been featured at Web Summit (40,000 attendee tech conference), spoken at several events in the Boston area ranging from 30-500 audience…

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Tips from Web Summit Attendees

The following post is from Fifi Shi ’18, a Butler Venture Accelerator team member. Dylan Husted ’17 and Linh Le M’16, students from Babson, went to Web Summit in Ireland earlier this month. As part of Babson’s Global Entrepreneurship Week, they joined the Butler Venture Accelerator for a peer to peer session on November 19…

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7 Ways to Get the Most Out of Conferences

The following post is from Dylan Husted ’17, founder of SaveOhno.org, a fall 2015 hatchery business. Attending conferences, trade shows, and events can feel very productive, but this feeling can be deceptive. I launched SaveOhno.org a year ago, and it has led me to more networking events than I can remember. I’ve come to the…

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Startup Tips from the Summer Venture Program

We’ve been busy gearing up for the start of the school semester and a new year for the Butler Venture Accelerator. The Butler Venture Accelerator provides resources including an entrepreneurial community, incubator work space, mentors, workshops, peer reviews and more. The program is open to Babson students and alumni, Olin Engineering and Wellesley College during…

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