WELLESLEY, Mass., Oct. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Babson College hosted esteemed entrepreneur Arthur M. Blank ’63, H′98, for two exclusive, live-streamed events. Mr. Blank, best known for co-founding The Home Depot and now widely recognized for his diverse businesses, connected virtually with Babson’s robust, global network and shared his experiences as a barrier-breaking entrepreneurial and philanthropic leader. He also discussed his new book, Good Company, a national bestseller that provides a roadmap for values-based business.
“Our partnership during the last year has solidified my resolve that Babson College is the right institution to put a values-based business philosophy into action in higher education,” said Mr. Blank. “Now, the brightest entrepreneurial students in the country, including the inaugural Arthur M. Blank School for Entrepreneurial Leadership Scholars, will begin their careers with a solid foundation of core values that empower them to make a meaningful impact beyond themselves, addressing the real-world