El Mercurio: Harvard University invites Fernando Fischmann to present success story of innovation of global impact31 March, 2015 / News
Crystal Lagoons was invited to the annual Harvard University conference where it will present its story of success as a company originally created in a developing country that has gone global.
Just a year after settling down its headquarters in the US, Crystal Lagoons has raised the interest of authorities and real estate developers, apart from American academic centers, such as Berkeley, Babson College and the MIT. The latter has recently approached Fernando Fischmann’s company as a successful case of study.
The acclaimed businessman was invited by Harvard Business School to present the company that currently has a portfolio with more than 300 projects in 60 countries worldwide, in different development stages.
The event also had in attendance international authorities and businessmen, such as Laura Chinchilla, ex President of Costa Rica; and Susan Segal, President and CEO of Americas Society and the Council of the Americas, among many others.
In previous versions of the event, renown personalities such as the ex President of Chile, Sebastián Piñera, the ex President of Colombia, Álvaro Uribe, and the ex President of Peru, Alejandro Toledo, among other relevant leaders, have also been invited.
Crystal Lagoons currently has partnership agreements with international and local real estate firms and it is present in the five continents, in countries such as The US, Egypt, Jordan, The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Oman, Indonesia, Singapore, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, Paraguay, Colombia, Argentina, and Peru, among others.