This Case is about SUSTAINABILITY
PUBLICATION DATE: July 07, 2008 PRODUCT #: IMD350-PDF-ENG
The Happy Shrimp Farm Social Responsibility & Multiple Stakeholders case solution
By September of 2007. For both founding fathers of the Joyful Shrimp Farm, it was a frantic three years. Their research had identified business opportunities that were fascinating. RPA consented to support them on a case by case basis, beginning with the Happy Shrimp Farm. First challenges contained getting a remaining energy contract to warm the shrimp production ponds and outside financing for the endeavor. Building began in September 2006. With urban resurrection topics and its energy recycling, Joyful Shrimp created considerable press coverage. Curtessi and Greiner were looking forward: Could the theory be reproduced in Canada and Germany? Could it be applied to seaweed creation also? Could they handle all this increase? And managing the multiple stakeholders was still a problem… Learning objectives: Handling multiple stakeholders in a job development that is sustainable. Comprehending the economic drivers of cradle-to- recycling jobs, cradle.