ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Pivot! Entrepreneurial Decision-Making | Max & Jack Barber | [email protected]

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Pivot! Entrepreneurial Decision-Making | Max & Jack Barber | [email protected]

Here’s Great Tip: Pivot! Entrepreneurial Decision-Making | Max & Jack Barber | [email protected]


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Two brothers learn that entrepreneurial energy certainly fuels a passion, but like life, starting up is filled with challenges, set-backs and a zig-zag path. They share the power of a pivot at just the right time.

Mainely Burgers, now in its fifth year, is owned and operated by brothers and CEHS graduates Jack and Max Barber. Jack is a 2016 graduate of Babson College, and Max is in his senior year at Babson. Until this summer, Mainely Burgers consisted of three food trucks: two burger trucks and one ice cream truck, aptly named Mainely Treats.

This year Jack and Max opened their first brick-and-mortar restaurant in Cambridge to share the Maine vibe they so love, in addition to awesome burger recipes like “The Mainah.” They literally brought some Maine with them to Cambridge—all of the wood in the restaurant is from the Penobscot River. The logo and mural design was created by Adam Danielson, also a CEHS graduate. Mainely Burgers is a little slice of Maine located at 704 Mass Avenue in Cambridge.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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