“Make an Impact” is Theme for 2017 Babson Entrepreneurship Forum Nov. 10

WELLESLEY, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Babson Entrepreneurship Forum is the annual flagship event at Babson
College, with attendance of over 500 students and entrepreneurs as well
as a large online presence. Over the past sixteen years, the forum has
evolved to become a platform for industry leaders, budding
entrepreneurs, inspiring personalities, and motivated students to
deliberate and debate the entrepreneurial world.

The 16th BEF will be held in Babson College, Wellesley on the
10th of November. This year, the overarching theme, “Make an Impact”
aims to provide a platform for a conversation on how ideas and
businesses are changing the world.

This year’s speakers include Dean Metropoulos, the majority shareholder
of Hostess, Wombi Rose, Founder of Lovepop and Brad McNamara of Freight
Farms. Previous panelists and keynotes include Stephen Kaufer, President
and CEO, TripAdvisor, and Sheila Lirio Marcelo, Founder, Chairwoman and
CEO, Care.com among others.

Babson College is known for its Entrepreneurial Thought and Action
(ETA™) approach in its education, and has consistently been named the
top business education graduate entrepreneurship program by a variety of
media outlets over the past 20 years including US News & World Report
and the Financial Times. The Babson Entrepreneurship Forum is a
continuation of the belief that entrepreneurship can impact any
industry. It is an effort by its MBA program to have a conversation
about a theme that is impacting the world and how as budding
entrepreneurs, individuals can significantly shift the conversation.

Tickets for the November 10th forum are now available at babsonforum.com.

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