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Family Entrepreneurship Stories at Babson

Strengthening family business was the core of Babson’s founding mission in 1919. The College has a long history of educating family entrepreneurs. About 50 percent of Babson’s undergraduate students come from a family business. Below are just some examples of the amazing stories from the Babson community.

Babson Alumni's Family Entrepreneurship Stories

A Conversation on Family Entrepreneurship

William Gartner, Bertarelli Foundation Distinguished Professor of Family Entrepreneurship talks to Francisco J. Riberas P’13 ’15, Executive Chairman, Gestamp and Susana Gallardo P’13, Gallardo Family Group about their success story.

The Zamora Family

The family that works together, changes the world together. Meet the Zamoras, bankers who feel equally at home analyzing the currency market in Miami as they do handing out free laptops to children in Central America.

Critical to the development and launch of Babson’s Institute for Family Entrepreneurship has been the support and enthusiasm of dedicated alumni, parents, and members of Babson’s College Advisory Board: Stephen Martiros ’83, MBA’85, P’21 ’21, Linda Bourn MBA’11, and Sylvia Shepard MBA’09.