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2022

Feedr (B)

By Gary Dushnitsky, Kathryn Larin

The case describes the journey of Riya Grover and Lyz Swanton (MBAs from HBS and LBS respectively) who launched, scaled and sold London-based startup Feedr during the second half of 2010. Feedr introduced a sustainable solution offering nutritionally healthy food by leveraging technology to drive pe...

2023

Finance for Entrepreneurial Companies: Financing Instruments – Technical Note (Spanish language)

By John Mullins, Robert M Johnson, Steve Pesenti

Brand valuation is the process of estimating the financial value of a brand. The valuation of brands as intangible assets emerged in the 1980s, when brands were first capitalized on post-M&A balance sheets. Brands are also valued for non-reporting purposes...

From Products to Experience Ecosystems: Haier’s Internet of Food

By Michael Jacobides, Lisa Duke, Dalbert Ma, Aryan Mittal

Haier had come a long way since Zhang Ruimin took it over as a failing Chinese Collective-Owned Enterprise in 1984. Since then, he’d been able to transform it into one of the world’s leading appliance manufacturers, known for quality and innovation. Haier was also noted for its bold geographical...

2023

Gucci in the Metaverse

By Stefano Turconi, Umberto Lobina

Set in April 2022, the case chronicles how Kering-owned luxury-fashion house Gucci underwent a comprehensive creative and cultural transformation, making it more inclusive, agile and digital. Faced with the emergence of the metaverse, Gucci decided to take the lead, bargaining that a test-and-learn ...

2023

Insearch Ltd: Searching for a company to buy

By Simon Webster

By March 2022 Steve Webb had spent more than three years looking for a company to acquire. He was in final negotiations to buy a company, but he and the vendors did not see eye-to-eye on its valuation. Steve was also concerned about how to structure an offer. He was in a difficult financial situatio...

2023

Lynda Weinman

By John Mullins

Lynda Weinman and her husband Bruce Heavin had built a modest but thriving training business, focused on teaching users how to put the latest digital graphic design tools, such as Photoshop and Illustrator, to work. Having survived a difficult period following the terrorist attacks in New York City ...

2022

Marin Alsop: A study in inclusive leadership – Compact Case

By Carrie J. Fletcher, Randall Peterson, Aneeta Rattan

This case study follows the career of world-renowned orchestra conductor Marin Alsop. As a gay woman in a blatantly male-dominated (and often sexist) field, Alsop faced significant challenges in her rise to the top of the profession. At virtually every turning point on her unconventional path, Alsop...

2022

Marin Alsop: Dream job or nightmare – Compact Case

By Carrie J. Fletcher, Randall Peterson, Vyla Rollins

This case study follows the career of world-renowned orchestra conductor Marin Alsop. As a gay woman in a blatantly male-dominated (and often sexist) field, Alsop faced significant challenges in her rise to the top of the profession. At virtually every turning point on her unconventional path, Alsop...

2022

Marin Alsop: Showing them success – Compact Case

By Carrie J. Fletcher, Randall Peterson, Vyla Rollins

This case study follows the career of world-renowned orchestra conductor Marin Alsop. As a gay woman in a blatantly male-dominated (and often sexist) field, Alsop faced significant challenges in her rise to the top of the profession. At virtually every turning point on her unconventional path, Alsop...

2023

Nova Ventures: Searching for gems in the UK

By Luisa Alemany, Florin Vasvari

Zakib Sari, an aeronautical engineer and entrepreneur who had worked for Shell UK for several years, decided to pursue the entrepreneurship-through-acquisition path after his first year of the MBA programme at London Business School (LBS). In January 2016 he analysed several career options and concl...