Crystal Lagoos serves as case study for Babson College and the MIT20 May, 2015 / News
“El Mercurio” one of Latin-America’s most important newspapers highlighted the cases of study that two of the US’ most relevant universities are carrying out about the success story of the innovation multinational company linked to Fernando Fischmann.
They are Babson College and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), two of the US’ most important business schools.
One of the main reference people in terms of innovation worldwide, Jay Rao, is the academic in charge of the research at Babson titled “Crystal Lagoons: Innovation & Growth”, that focuses on the exportation model of this technological innovation, licensed-protected in 160 countries and the company’s business design is globally scalable.
“Crystal Lagoons is an example of successful globalization in the business world. Its disruptive technology– that makes possible the construction of gigantic crystal clear lagoons of limitless size anywhere in the world-, has caused a revolution in the real estate market worldwide and it represents a differentiating feature and an unparallel advantage in terms of competiveness for developers and their projects. What makes it outstanding is that it keeps innovating”. This is how the Babson College’s scholars explain Crystal Lagoons’ phenomenon, which will be brought to the American classrooms as part of the advance innovation program of this university.
It is such the interest that Crystal Lagoons has raised in the most prestigious academic and scientific research centers worldwide, that the world’s main referent in terms of innovation, Jay Rao, is the person that leads the Babson’s research project “Crystal Lagoons: Innovation & Growth” about the exportation model of this technological innovation, patent-licensed in 160 countries, and its scalable business design worldwide.
Babson College is not the only academic institution that has approached Crystal Lagoons’ outstanding globalization story. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as part of its MIT GoLab program, is developing a case study about this multinational company taking into consideration the exportation value of Crystal Lagoons’ unique concept, which will become part of the MIT’s Executive MBA (EMBA).
It is worth mentioning that Crystal Lagoons’ chairman and founder, Fernando Fischmann, has been invited as speaker to the US’ main academic centers, such as Harvard University, The MIT, Babson College, University of California Berkeley, among others.
Apart from that, he is part of the main scientific research centers of the world, such as Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft from Germany, in which he currently is a board director.
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.