Power Packed Recipe for Food Entrepreneurship at Babson
“That’s what all entrepreneurs need: you need to open up the conversation, not be afraid to share your problems, so that you can overcome them.” – Pranav Chaudhry (’14) on the Quick Service Incubator
When Gail Simmons kicked off her Residency at Babson in April, this celebration included a Quick Service Incubator.
The Quick Service Incubator is one of Food Sol’s signature designs – and our clearest case of the “action tank” in action.
Be sure to join us at the next one: our Quick Service Incubator on Babson Food Days, October 24, 3:00 – 5:00 pm will support four more Babson food entrepreneurs like Pranav and feature:
Gail Simmons (Top Chef, Food & Wine Magazine, Babson Entrepreneur in Residence)
Andrew Zimmern (Bizarre Foods, Babson Entrepreneur in Residence)
Bob Burke (Natural Products Consulting, Babson alumnus)
Malia Lazu (Future Boston)
Stacy Madison (Stacy’s Pita Chips, The Juice Bar Project)
Michael Sorrell (Paul Quinn College)
The deadline to apply to pitch to the Incubator is tomorrow at 5:00 pm. If you have your application, don’t delay in sending it in! If you didn’t receive one, contact Director of Food Sol at Babson College Rachel Greenberger firstname.lastname@example.org right away.
Watch Babson senior Pranav Chaudhry’s journey through the Incubator in the video below.
See you on Food Day!