Case Studies

Case Study: Imperial Home Product

Since 1959 Imperial Home Products (IHP) has been one of the leading door-to-door house ware sales companies in the island. With a mission of providing healthy and long lasting solutions to a family’s essential needs, IHP focuses on addressing nutrition, water, air and environmental health in the homes.

July, 2016|

Case Study: Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios

Centro de Estudios Multidisciplinarios (CEM, for its Spanish acronym) is a Puerto Rican educational institution with four campuses. It focuses on health programs, offering bachelor, associate degrees and technical certificates in several Health Industry careers. CEM’s goal is to provide students education through training and prepare them with the tools they need to thrive in [...]

June, 2016|

Case Study: Colegio de CPA

Created by Law 75 in 1973, the Puerto Rico Society of Certified Public Accountants (PRSCPAs) (Colegio de Contadores Públicos Autorizados de PR) is a nonprofit organization that serves over 5,000 certified accounting professionals in the Island. Membership is mandatory for any practicing CPA in Puerto Rico. The PRSCPA’s mission is to serve its members through education, government relations and advocacy, as well as ensuring their professional excellence.

June, 2016|

Case Study: Puerto Rico Fire Department

Protecting against and rescuing citizens from the dangers of a fire or a natural disaster is just one of the many tasks that the Puerto Rico Fire Department (PRFD) team handles on a daily basis. As one of the agencies within the island’s Public Protection and Safety Commission, the PRFD has assumed a wide range of roles and responsibilities that go from educating the community (individual and companies alike) regarding prevention and safety matters to certifying code compliance of any structure built in the Island.

July, 2015|

Case Study: Crowley Maritime Corporation

The commercial transportation & logistics industry plays a strategic role in modern global supply chains. Shipping companies, logistics suppliers and other transportation businesses are all part of the process of keeping products and resources on the move. However, the recent economic recession forced most firms to cut costs considerably while identifying efficiencies in their operations. These efforts will allow transportation companies to recover and take advantage of growth and expansion opportunities.

July, 2015|

Case Study: Plaza Loiza Supermarket

The food industry --like many others-- has experienced a reduction in volume of sales during the past years; a local company has been able to overcome the challenges and strengthen its position in the market: Plaza Loíza Supermarkets.

January, 2015|

Case Study: Municipio de Sabana Grande

Located in the southwest of Puerto Rico, the municipality of Sabana Grande has a population of 25,935, according to the 2000 US Census. Mayor Miguel G. Ortiz has been in charge of administrating this town since 1993.

January, 2015|

Case Study: Mech Tech

Mech-Tech College is one of the leading post secondary institutions in Puerto Rico, specializing in technical courses and associates degrees. It has headquarters in Caguas and campuses in Hato Rey, Bayamón, Vega Baja, Mayagüez, Ponce and Orlando, Florida.

January, 2015|