The Eden Project is a multiple greenhouse complex in the United Kingdom. It is one of the world's largest greenhouses.
The complex is dominated by two gigantic enclosures consisting of adjoining domes that house plant species from across the world. Each enclosure imitates a natural biome. The first dome emulates a tropical environment and the second one a Mediterranean environment.
Eden Project, which is situated in a reclaimed Kaolinite pit, 5 kilometres from the larger town of St Austell, Cornwall, was conceived by Tim Smit Ti and designed by architect Nicholas Grimshaw
in 1995 and opened to the public in 2001.
The Eden Project is a social enterprise, which involves individuals and groups who create independent organisations to mobilise ideas and resources to address social problems (G. Johnson, K. Scholes and R. Wihittington 2009)
There are several stages of Entrepreneurial growth like, start up, growth, maturity, and exit. The Eden Project is at the maturity stage.
[...] However the Eden Project did not plan its expansion. Might we expect the building of Geographical expansion allows companies another Eden Project? to be more present in different countries. So, for they have a territories. Question Conduct a stakeholder analysis if the Eden Project which involves botch identifying and describing stakeholders and mapping them. Identify two stakeholders' issues and evaluate how the Eden Project handled them? Before beginning, let's define a stakeholder: ”Stakeholders are those individuals or groups who depend on an organisation to fulfil their own goals and on whom, in turn, the organisation depends” (G. [...]
[...] Events: In 2002, the Eden project has introduced “Eden session”, a project that offers imaginative events such as theatres, music concerts, dance festivals, and parades in accordance with seasons. The Eden Project's Mission We can divide this part into two categories: mission and vision. Mission describes the aim of an organisation, its reason for exisiting. We consider that mission refers to the short-term. The mission is primary and it embraces two elements, end objectives and operational process. Usually, the mission is based around promotion. [...]
[...] In general, the values of healthy. social enterprises refer to social issues, environment, and equality. Financial goals So, the values of the EP are: environment, sustainable development and respect. For private sector, it is the same Their aim is to make profit in order to re-invest in goal. However, the profit is business or distribute to ethical shareholders. re-investing in business as well, and charitable projects and public education and the shareholders. Strategies General strategy Broadly, general strategies of social enterprises Unlike social enterprises, a company aim to follow social or ecological trends. [...]
[...] That is to say, the information from the Eden Project has to be accessible to all people The goal is to create knowledge that is personal, pertinent and thought- provoking, within a journey of discovery across a number of important themes. All relevant to current times and the future: natural resources, energy and global warming, biodiversity, nutrition, health and well-being Educational approach (refers to vision and mission) The educational approach of the EP is phenomenal. They are in association with secondary schools, colleges, and universities. [...]
[...] Eden Project is a social enterprise, so as we know, the first goal is not to make profit, the project needs money to live. So the fund providers are dependent on the major financial stakeholders. The MC is the first financial target of the Eden Project. So when Eden Project can't follow the MC's criteria it will have to find other funds. To handle this problem, Eden Project tries to keep its current stakeholders, and if it can't it is always looking for other financial supports in other sectors (private sector). [...]
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