Socialize with your team members and network with hundreds
of your peers.
Bring your A-game to take on
other companies in friendly
Win trophies, prizes, and bragging rights for individual activities and team events.
Support BUILD's youth entrepreneurship programs for Boston's teens.
The Entrepreneur Games is the hottest team-building event of the summer for Boston's tech venture capital, and start-up companies. This year, the event brought more than 1,000 members of the business community together for an afternoon of fierce, but friendly competition. Participants competed in more than 40 games, from team events like dodgeball, volleyball and tug-of-war, to individual events like Dance Dance Revolution, corn hole, ping pong and more.
All the blood, sweat and tears shed wasn't just be for bragging rights: the Games raised over $200K for BUILD in Boston, an organization dedicated to using entrepreneurship and experiential learning to ignite the potential of youth in under-resourced communities and equip them for high school, college and career success. The 2016 BUILD Entrepreneur Games was all about entrepreneurs supporting entrepreneurs.
Yes, we all know you're crushing it. Now let's take it to the field. Take a break for one night and trade your ties, pumps, and jackets for sneakers and headbands. Whether you were a college athlete, hula hoop champ or mathlete, we’ve got you covered.
Forget thoroughbreads—we will pack the 2017 Entrepreneur Games track full of plastic ponies. Yep, you heard us right. From Dance Dance Revolution to basketball to foot races on the track, there are athletic competitions and mental challenges for all skill levels at the 2017 BUILD Entrepreneur Games.
5th Annual Entrepreneur Games - Check back soon for date & event details!
Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center
Roxbury Community College
1350 Tremont Street | Boston, MA
Questions? Contact Kira Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about participating in the Entrepreneur Games.
2016 Game & Tournament List
David Chang, Entrepreneur in Residence, Harvard Business School & former COO of PayPal
John Barros, Chief of Economic Development, City of Boston
Sasha Hoffman, Co-Founder, Fuzzy Compass & COO, Piaggio Group
Adam Grossman, SVP, Marketing & Brand Development/Chief Marketing Officer, Boston Red Sox
Allan Telio, Vice President and Boston Program Director, Startup Institute
Amy Villeneuve, Former President & COO, Amazon Robotics
Donna Levin, Entrepreneur in Residence, MIT, Co-Founder of Care.com
Hodari Cail, Community Affairs Director, Office of Governor Charlie Baker
John Hallisey, New England Strategic Growth Markets Business Development & Venture Capital Leader, Ernst and Young
John Kinzer, Chief Financial Officer, HubSpot
Keith Gainsboro, Chief Executive Officer & Partner, Elevate Communications
Nicholas Rellas, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Drizly
Ross Wilson, Managing Partner of Innovation, Boston Public Schools
Rudina Seseri, Founder & Managing Partner, Glasswing Ventures; Entrepeneur in Residence, Harvard Business School
Scott Bailey, Managing Director, MassChallenge
Amy Choi l Amy Trutor l Andrew Gates l Andrew Kupiec
Chris Moore l Evelyn Hartz I Guillermo Mirandes l Jon Frisch
Julia Sapashnik l Nikki Crugnale l Stephanie Stillman