Miami Herald Highlights Crystal Lagoons’ Corporate Profile10 February, 2016 / News
The Miami Herald, one of the most important and influential newspapers in the USA, recently carried a detailed corporate profile of Crystal Lagoons and its founder, scientist and innovator Fernando Fishmann, demonstrating the growing interest both generate in the international business community.
The extensive corporate profile, based on an interview with Fischmann, details the story behind the crystalline lagoons and the international real estate revolution they created. It also focuses on the company’s growth in Florida and the rest of the USA. “The demand for the technology has grown tremendously worldwide, and especially in the United States where we have more forthcoming announcements planned for Florida, Texas, Arizona, California, Hawaii and Nevada,” said Uri Man, CEO of Crystal Lagoons US, who was also featured in the piece.
The fascinating human story behind the creation of the lagoons is also prominently featured in the article. Born in Santiago, Chile, Fischmann received a degree in biochemistry from the Universidad de Chile, but later started a successful real estate development company in 1987. When Fischmann developed his vision of a real state amenity that could successfully replicate the dream of beach living anywhere on earth, he had to develop the technology himself.“I went back to being a scientist again. I did my own research and worked for years in a cold lab located in a parking garage”, the scientist and innovator said.
“Crystal Lagoons has about 100 employees worldwide, including sales staff, and a variety of professionals such as civil and hydraulic engineers, water specialists and R&D personnel. Aside from its corporate headquarters in Santiago and the Miami office, Crystal Lagoons has an IT and research center in Amsterdam and offices in Sao Paulo, Mexico City and Dubai“, the feature says.
Crystal Lagoons 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.