Tag Archives: Patagonia Sur

Most Commented through November 26

By John Macomber These posts have received the most comments through the second submission for groups A and B.   New comments may want to build on these. As you think about last posts and comments, here are some popular tags that have spanned several posts, also generating a lot of interest (although not concentrating comments […]

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Patagonia Sur and One Goal

By Hai The most important thing that I have learned from the Patagonia Sur case is that when the company is at an early stage, it is important for the company to set just one goal and devote itself to a path to achieve it. It is better to focus on one goal rather than […]

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Why Patagonia Sur should raise another fund, the pitch just needs work…

By Scott K. Warren Adams is a storied entrepreneur and environmentalist. After a successful exit with PlanetAll, he ventured into the world of for profit land conservation in Patagonia, on the Chilean side. He shared with the class some of his trials and tribulations with raising money, developing and refining an overly complex business model, […]

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Spreading Yourself too Thin – The Case for Cash vs. Profits

By Efosa After the Patagonia Sur case, I was left conflicted. Warren Adams’ value proposition, as it related to land appreciation was profitable; however, the decision to delve into other businesses and to diversify so early was confusing. Additionally, Adams was potentially targeting, with an entirely different business model, five different business segments, namely sustainable […]

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