Get to Know This Year’s Businesses
Meet the Class of 2019’s FME businesses.
The Babson Class of 2019 showcased a variety of FME products and services at the FME Business Fair in February 2016. View the album »
A black headband for women featuring the Babson logo and customizable prints.
Sells a variety of plants.
Customizable business cards for Babson students.
A tailor made beauty enhancing package.
Beantown BlanketsFleece throw blankets with a waterproof material on the back.
School spirit boxers for men and women.
A device with a phone clamp, clip, and lightweight metal tubing that allows consumers to stably mount any sized phone virtually anywhere.
Self-published children’s book that illustrates Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® in an engaging way.
Two-sided bottle that allows users to carry two drinks at once without mixing them.
Comfortable Babson-branded joggers.
A package of STEEM Caffeinated Peanut Butter with pretzel sticks and spoons.
Fleece blankets; for every blanket sold, one is donated to a refugee in the Zaatari camp in Jordan.
A small, beaver-shaped device that sits on a flat surface to keep wires from falling on to the floor.
Mason jar filled with single-serve cake ingredients for a quick, delicious dessert anytime.
Expandable and collapsible coffee cup.
Sells ads on the sides of paper and plastic coffee cups to local small businesses. Cups are distributed free of charge to small businesses, coffee shops, and colleges.
Themed food packages delivered to student dorms and faculty offices.
A table/poster frame hybrid that saves room in small spaces. When not in use as a table, the removable legs can be placed within the frame while hanging on the wall.
Customizable messages inside of handmade fortune cookies.
A pack of Babson-branded school spirit supplies.
Stress-relieving gift packages for college students.
Derivative business of clothing company Koia Collective; aims to promote Koia's clothing and a calm, peaceful lifestyle.
Reusable, recyclable, insulated, collapsible coffee mugs.
LitBitElectronic LED bracelets.
Laundry bag that keeps clothes together throughout the entire laundry process and eliminates risk of losing small articles.
Works to bring Boston area food trucks to the Babson campus.
Sweatshirt that can be folded to fit in a drawstring bag.
Trendy, high-quality socks. For every pair sold, a pair is donated to a local homeless shelter.
A pocket for holding writing utensils. The pocket can be stuck onto any flat surface.
Pillows with built-in speakers to provide an enjoyable and relaxing sleeping experience.
Memory foam pillow with cooling gel that provides a heightened quality of sleep.
A leather care product that nourishes and protects leather.
Comfortable, stylish slippers with a high-end look. Each pair includes a drawstring bag.
A compact kit that includes common cold remedy products in miniature versions: tissues, cough drops, instant soup, tea, honey, and a “get well soon” card.
Card game based on the concept of entrepreneurship and assessing risk.
Sells a variety of stickers.
Heated, waterproof, and touchscreen-compatible gloves.
Urban HammockPortable, lightweight nylon hammocks with a suspension system.
Throw blankets woven with an image of the Boston city skyline.
Fleece gloves featuring the Babson logo and a pocket to insert a hand warmer.
Service that sells used items (textbooks, clothing, electronics).
Report to the Community Day
Every year, each company prepares a final report and public presentation for the Babson Community. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and parents are welcome to come to campus to see the students present about their experience in FME.
2016 Report to the Community Schedule (pdf)