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Entrepreneurial Leadership Village

The Entrepreneurial Leadership Village (ELV) at Babson College is a place—both physical and virtual—where the Babson community, extended ecosystem, and people around the world come together to learn, collaborate, and take action. 

We help aspiring and established entrepreneurial leaders learn and apply the mindsets, principles, and tools of entrepreneurial leadership to turn their ideas into reality.

Together, we work in an open, inclusive, community of practice to create and unlock opportunities—confronting dilemmas, solving problems, and creating powerful, positive impact—to create a more sustainable, equitable, and prosperous future for all.

Join us at the ELV Discussion Series!

Join Adam Griff and Maggie Walsh of brightspot strategy, a strategic design partner of the Entrepreneurial Leadership Village, to discuss what the future of education can be post Covid-19. Learn how the brightspot process speaks to the high quality of results and connections that can be made through listening to stakeholders and responding in a meaningful way. 

February 24, 2021 6-7:30 pm ET


The ELV offers a wide range of Entrepreneurial Leadership-focused programming, activation, and engagement opportunities, including:

A wide variety of support

The ELV is a place where inspiring entrepreneurial leaders enable aspiring entrepreneurial leaders. It is a way to connect to events, learning, opportunities, and each other, to bring ideas to life.
D.R. Widder MBA’99
Vice President, Innovation

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Entrepreneurial leaders from all parts of the Babson community share their stories and insights on our on-demand video channel.


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Join us to learn, imagine new possibilities, develop yourself and others, and turn your ideas into reality. Sign up for updates as the ELV launches and grows.

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Babson is committed to educating and advancing entrepreneurial leaders by creating new learning pathways and engaging ecosystems, enabling entrepreneurial leadership without boundaries.

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