Crystal Lagoons, an international case study24 June, 2015 / News
The positive impact that Crystal Lagoons has caused doesn’t know of boundaries and it is matter of study by Babson College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), two of the US most important universities.
This time, Empresas News has joined some of the most important media in the world that have already covered the company’s news. The publication highlights Crystal Lagoons’ consolidation in the US and the world, receiving from these universities the same treatment as innovation multinational companies such as Apple, Coca-Cola and Walmart.
The international publication states that it is such the interest that Crystal Lagoons has triggered on some of the most prestigious scientific research centers globally, that the world’s main mentor in innovation, Mr. Jay Rao, is the scholar in charge of the research at Babson titled “Crystal Lagoons: Innovation & Growth” and expands on the exportation business model of this innovative company whose technology is licensed-protected in 160 countries and with a business design of global reach.
“Crystal Lagoons is an example of a successful globalization process in the world of business. Its disruptive technology –that makes possible the construction of massive crystal clear lagoons of limitless size anywhere in the world- has represented a revolution in the real estate markets worldwide, being a strong differentiating element without compare for developers and their projects. What it is remarkable is that the company has kept innovating”. This is how the scholars at Babson College explain Crystal Lagoons’ phenomenon that will be brought to the American classrooms as part of the advanced innovation program of this university.
Such great interest Crystal Lagoons has caused on in some of the most prestigious academic and research centers worldwide that one of the main names in the world of innovation, Mr. Jay Rao, is the person in charge of the research at Babson College titled “Crystal Lagoons”: Innovation and Growth” that explores the business model of this technology that has been licensed-protected in 160 countries, and its business design is globally scalable.
Babson College is not the only academic institution that has approached Crystal Lagoons successful globalization story. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), through its MIT Global program, is developing a case study about the multinational company given the exportable value added that its unique concept and that will be part of the MBA program for executives at MIT (EMBA).
Crystal Lagoons Corp. is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.