Halo Top Co-Founder and Georgetown Alumnus Doug Bouton Speaks with Students about Entrepreneurship

An excerpt from the McDonough School of Business…

Georgetown University alumnus Doug Bouton (C’07) visited the McDonough School of Business on Feb. 20 to speak with students about entrepreneurship and his journey to co-founding Halo Top Creamery, an ice cream company that focuses on low calorie, light ice cream that still tastes like ice cream.

Among other accolades, in August 2017 Halo Top became the #1 selling pint of ice cream in the United States, and in November 2017, Time Magazine named Halo Top one of its top inventions of the year. Bouton currently serves as CEO of Halo Top International.

Jeff Reid, founding director of Georgetown Entrepreneurship, invited Bouton back to Georgetown to share his experiences with current students and aspiring entrepreneurs.

“I really enjoy engaging with students, hearing from them, sharing my story, and hopefully helping them in some way. I try to make sure that when I come back, I engage in a dialogue with everyone — not a monologue or speech delivered at a podium. I’m not comfortable speaking at people; I want to talk with them,” said Bouton.

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