2021 Babson Member of the Year Award
published on 19.03.21
TBS is proud to announce that Christina THEODORAKI, Professor in Strategy, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, was awarded the 2021 Babson Collaborative Member of the Year Award. This prestigious award highlights, once again, TBS’s excellence and implication in entrepreneurship education and research.
The Babson Collaborative
The Babson Collaborative brings together higher education institutions from around the world that place entrepreneurship at the core of their programs. The institution is recognized as the world’s best university network for entrepreneurship education. TBS was the first French business school to join this high-profile network in 2019 and is a highly active member of the Babson community.
The Babson Member of the Year Award
The Babson Collaborative Member of the Year Award is given to an educator in recognition of entrepreneurial leadership in the Collaborative and for encouraging engagement at all levels. Aligned with the Collaborative’s core belief that educators working together will accomplish the greatest good, this award puts the spotlight on members who have contributed to the Collaborative as a whole, and/or to specific member institution(s) or colleague(s).
A prestigious award that highlights TBS’s excellence and implication in entrepreneurship education and research.
This year, Professor Christina Theodoraki received the prestigious Member of the Year Award for her accomplishments and dedication as the Leader of the Babson Collaborative Research Group on Entrepreneurial Ecosystems. Christina teaches classes on Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation at TBS since 2018. Some of her students also participate in the Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge.
“I’m delighted to receive this prestigious award that highlights TBS’s excellence and implication in entrepreneurship education and research.”
Christina THEODORAKI – TBS Professor in Strategy, Entrepreneurship & Innovation
In 2020, TBS obtained the Babson Collaborative Spotlight Award for its SEMIS entrepreneurial seminar and two of our Bachelor in Management students also won the First Prize in the Babson Collaborative Global Student Challenge.