Babson San Francisco Annual Events
Babson Connect is an event offered twice a year that brings together the Babson community in the Bay Area to build and enhance relationships, network, and learn. At each event, a top Silicon Valley entrepreneurial leader delivers an address, with past speakers including: Jim Herbert,
Founder and CEO of First Republic Bank, Dan Levin, COO of Box, James Park, CEO and Co-Founder of Fitbit, Craig Newmark, Founder of craigslist, Loic Le Meur, Founder of Leade.rs. Our next Babson Connect event is May 2nd and will feature Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and CEO, Ring. Register here.
THRIVE is a series of conversations with founders, leaders, and changemakers presented by Babson College, Leiden University Centre for Innovation and Free Range. We explore the techniques and mindsets they've relied on to adapt and grow in an age of constant disruption. Each conversation reveals the personal struggles, setbacks and breakthroughs these innovators have experience - revealing stories rarely heard from inside some of the world's most admired purpose-driven companies. We feature monthly conversation at the Babson San Francisco campus. Upcoming events listed here.
CWEL: Women Entrepreneurs Disrupting the Status Quo
In partnership with the
Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL), Babson San Francisco features women leaders for an annual speaker event. Past speakers have included founders such as Maia Bittner of Rocksbox, Kara Goldin of Hint Water, Joanna Meiseles of SnipIts, Lynn Perkins of UrbanSitter.
Summer Venture Showcase
The Summer Venture Showcase is the culminating event for the
Summer Venture Program where all participating entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to showcase their accomplishments to professional investors and the local community.
Pitch San Francisco brings together Babson entrepreneurs to pitch
unique business ideas to seasoned Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and
investors, and the Babson Bay Area community of alumni, faculty, and
Promising Babson entrepreneurs have 3 minutes and 3 slides to
pitch their ideas to a panel of judges. Rocket Pitch is held annually at
the San Francisco campus.