The Harvard Business School Class of 2010 graduated in the midst of the worst economic crisis in the United States since the Great Depression. These students realized they’d have to take matters into their own hands to tackle the problems they wanted to solve. In the years since, they’ve generated the most successful cohort of startups Harvard Business School has ever seen, including IVY.
Now, IVY is talking with these founders and entrepreneurs to hear how they managed to emerge from the economic crisis with thriving businesses, and what lessons they’ve learned on leadership and the power of community along the way.
Please enjoy the first conversation in this series of interviews, featuring the co-founder and CEO of Plated, Josh Hix.