Far from the division and dysfunction of Washington, D.C., and the glare and grind of the just-completed presidential race, Babson alumni are doing the unglamorous work of government. These state representatives and city councilors lead their communities and take on the day-to-day duty of getting things done, whether negotiating the budget and haggling over taxes, or making sure the snow is plowed and the potholes are filled.
Gavin Armstrong, CEO of Lucky Iron Fish, and the Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship both take a fresh look at how to address some of the biggest challenges in global healthcare, bringing new business models and collaborations to the field.
When soldiers come home, they face life again in the cities and towns they left behind and may seek a job, or education, or healing. These Babson alumni strive to make sure that the country’s warriors, who have sacrificed so much, receive the support they need.
Graduate students share their list of which current-student founded startups will make waves in 2017.
In a world in which people can buy an item anytime, anywhere, and instantly share their opinions about it, staying on top of trends and customer demands keeps retail industry strategists like Brian Lynch ’79, Eileen Rizzo MBA’97 and Sandi Summerson MBA’11 busy.
After meeting in Babson’s Blended Learning MBA program in San Francisco, Kyle Cherrick MBA’16 and Jeff Rodgers MBA’16 teamed up to create an innovative solar marketplace.
When Raj Sisodia reflects on how he came to be a marketing professor and a leader in the Conscious Capitalism movement, he calls many of his choices “opportunistic stumbling.”
Over 700 U.S. small business owners have been reached through Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses intensive entrepreneurship training at Babson.
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