In 2000, the British Sugar Board decided to invest in a business that could profitably use their surplus heat and CO2 - tomato growing.
We recently met with Patrick Harte, General Manager of Cornerways Nursery to talk about how British Sugar successfully moved into this new market by encouraging intrapreneurial behaviour.
Download the full case study to learn:
- What it took for this intrapreneurial venture to grow
- What problems were encountered along the way and how these were addressed
- What it takes to be a successful intrapreneurial business within a large organisation
- What personal qualities intrapreneurs need to possess