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  • Ben and Jerry's Financial Audit

    Audit Liquidity: Ben & Jerry’s seem to have low risk compared to the industry standards; they have no trouble meeting short-term obligations. The CR (B&J = 3.59; I =2.3) and QR (B&J = 2.66. I =1.1) show that they are currently at a lower risk than the overall industry. However, this difference is explained when looking at accounts receivable. It seems as though the A/R collection days are much higher than the industry (B&J =29.2, I =16.4). This may be a result of Ben & Jerry’s having friendly

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  • Ben and Jerry's

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  • Ben and Jerry's

    Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc. Case Study   Case Summary This case examines issues of asset control for Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc., in light of the outstanding takeover offers by Chartwell Investments, Dreyer‘s Grand, Unilever, and Meadowbrook Lane Capital in January 2000. The case requires a discussion of fundamental firm objectives and the implications of a non-traditional corporate orientation; one needs to review the development of Ben & Jerry's strong social consciousness and the

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  • Ben and Jerry's in Japan

    Justin Sunwoong Choi BUSM 431 Brother Huff 10/18/2012 Ben & Jerry’s - Japan 1. Overview of the case * Perry Odak had meeting with Masahiko Iida who is the president of Seven-Eleven Japan to resolve conundrum of whether to introduce Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to the Japan market and, if so, how. Ben & Jerry’s was established by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, who were school mates before, when they were in mid 20s. They were growing between 1982 and 1990 but they had suffered

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  • Quality Perspective of Ben and Jerry's

    A Quality Perspective of Ben and Jerry’s Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University MGMT 532 Group 1 Abstract Creative flavor names and quality products are just one part of Ben and Jerry’s, Inc. They are also deeply committed to economic and social causes, as stated in their three mission statements. Moving from selling ice cream in a little store on a corner to being distributed globally, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield dedicated themselves and their company to create

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  • Bens and Jerrys

    2013 BEN & JERRY'S , BIGELOW TEAS, AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CASE Oleh: Aditya Julio 0131101004 Benediktus Jesse 0131101022 Christian Revel 1131091128 Michael Harit 0131101062 Patricia Riska 0131101068 Ryan Sebastianus 0131101276 m.k. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM S1 BISNIS PRASETIYA MULYA BUSINESS SCHOOL 2010 1. Ben & Jerry’s tracks wealth of information of each pint of ice cream and frozen yogurt . If you were to design Ben & Jerry’s data warehouse

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  • Ben&Jerry

    отрасли : На рынке мороженого работали по меньшей мере шесть японских производителей, выпускавших, в том числе, мороженое класса суперлюкс. Крупнейшая японская компания по производству замороженных десертов, Marigana Seika,в 1995 году дважды делала Ben and Jerry предложения о сотрудничестве. 2. Новые конкуренты : Большое присутствие американских компании на Японском рынке. 3. Потребители : Японцы любят продукты высокого качества, но нет традиции есть десерты и не признают пищу животного происхождения

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  • Ben and Jerry's Csr

    Ben and Jerry’s I. CSR Practices With over 100 different flavors catering to different tastes, Ben and Jerry’s is one of the most well-known ice cream brands worldwide. Their quirky names and incredible flavors have shaped the way we think of ice cream. Along with ice cream, Ben and Jerry’s have also become known as one of the best companies who care about the corporate social responsibility. Ben and Jerry’s was founded in 1978 in Burlington, Vermont, where the headquarters resides today. Grade

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  • Ben and Jerry's Case Study

    I. Problem Statement Ben and Jerry’s Homemade, one of our nation’s pioneer ice cream manufacturers and socially respected companies, is facing an arduous decision with regards to whether management is fiscally operating to its potential in order to maximize shareholder wealth. From rags to riches, the ice cream mogul’s success over the past 35 years both financially and ethically fit the model of an ideal American company driven to change the world for the better good. Despite the company’s success

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Ben and Jerry Case 2010 “Ben and Jerry’s social orientation was balanced with product and economic objectives. Its mission statement included all three dimensions and stressed seeking new and creative ways of fulfilling each without compromising others.” This excerpt from the McGraw Hill text highlights much of Ben and Jerry’s mission. Although this illuminates the mission of the company, Ben and Jerry’s encountered many imbalances which made corporate takeover seem appealing to many shareholders

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  • Ben & Jerry's

    Running head: BEN & JERRY'S Ben & Jerry's Ben & Jerry's It’s a well known fact that when Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield started their business, their main objective was to introduce a company that prided themselves on a good product with fair prices and by also showing great appreciation towards their customers and community. Ben & Jerry’s has become a household name over the years and their approach to business in comparison with other companies had a great deal to do with their success

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  • Ben and Jerry's

    Ben and Jerry’s Homemade Case Analysis Dean Podvin FIN 450W Professor Paup I. Problem Statement Ben and Jerry’s Homemade, a chief distributor of super-premium ice creams, frozen yogurts and sorbets has had success as a company through its business life, however now faces crossroads and important financial decisions. Despite reporting consistent gains in gross profit and total assets, Ben and Jerry’s struggles to create upward movement in its stock price. Due to the aggressive nature

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  • Ben & Jerry's

    Ben & Jerry’s Case Study By: Niesha M. Felder February 22, 2014 MRKT 454 1. What do you believe is Ben & Jerry's management orientation and view toward global expansion?  Provide evidence from the case to support your opinion. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, the forefathers of Ben and Jerry’s, management orientation skills were very unique, promoting a free spirit approach for employees. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield were not the standard corporate managers, instead they were

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  • Ben & Jerry's

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  • Ben and Jerry's

    verschillende factoren die van invloed waren op de snelle groei van Ben&Jerry’s zullen worden toegelicht aan de hand van het PESTLE model. Politieke factoren: - Wetgeving van de overheid: een verdachte wet maakte het mogelijk voor Ben&Jerry’s om aandelen te verkopen aan alleen de bewoners van Vermont, die bekend waren met het merk. Door alleen hen aandelen te verkopen en niet ook aan mensen die niet bekend waren met het merk krijgt Ben&Jerry’s niet te maken met andere belangen en konden zij hun eigen

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  • Ben & Jerry's Homemade, Inc.

    Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc. Case Study Case Summary This case examines issues of asset control for Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc., in light of the outstanding takeover offers by Chartwell Investments, Dreyer‘s Grand, Unilever, and Meadowbrook Lane Capital in January 2000. The case requires a discussion of fundamental firm objectives and the implications of a non-traditional corporate orientation; one needs to review the development of Ben & Jerry's strong social consciousness and the takeover defence

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  • Ben & Jerry

    Company analysis. Write a brief history of Ben and Jerry's, especially in their efforts to expand internationally. Mika B. Customer analysis. Write a customer analysis for Japan. Included in this should be a segmentation analysis. Identify possible segments that Ben and Jerry's should target. Kary C. Competitor analysis. mika D. Marketing environment. Discuss anything else in the Japanese environment that may impact Ben and Jerry's marketing efforts in Japan, including the supply

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  • Ben & Jerry's and Coca Cola

    The Products: Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream & Coca Cola Product description: The ice cream is manufactured from milk and the finest ingredients that go into making the unique flavor, Ben and Jerry’s ice creams are considered to offer the special taste of real ingredients. It is available in tubs and cups. The product is used by all ages as it is made and customized for different age groups and for different people who look in for nutritional elements in an ice cream. The demand for the product is

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  • Ben & Jerrys

    S.W.O.T ANALYSIS STRENGTHS Ben & Jerry’s has a long history of with many memorable events that has gained them many followers through out the year. One of the most internationally known day that Ben & Jerry’s promotes every year is “Cone Day.” Free cone day was started to celebrate the anniversary of their fist shop opening and to thank their fans for continuing to purchase Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Another major contributor to Ben & Jerry’s strong brand image is their diverse

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  • Ben&Jerry's Homemade Case Summary

    BEN&JERRY’S HOMEMADE CASE SUMMARY Ben&Jerry’ Homemade company, which is a leading distributor of super-premium ice cream, frozen yogurts, and sorbets across the United States and overseas. It soon became popular for its innovative flavours, made from fresh Vermont milk and cream. The company have enjoyed long-term success as a result of their social responsibility and orientation, which was balanced with product and economic objectives. Since they are trying to enhance the social life for community

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  • Ben & Jerry's Media Program

    Ben & Jerry’s Media Campaign William Kennedy Southern New Hampshire University INTRODUCTION Born out of a renovated gas station in Vermont over 30 years ago and with unheard of different flavors of ice cream Ben & Jerry’s was created. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield both grew in Merrick Long Island. They met in Jr. High and became fast friends. Jerry finished college but couldn’t get into any med schools and Ben went to college but dropped out of everyone he attended. Both realizing

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  • Ben & Jerry's

    1. Explain how Ben & Jerry’s is using business intelligence tools to remain successful and competitive in a saturated market. -Ben & Jerry’s is using BI software to track the ingredients and the life of each pint they sell. Their BI software can track anything from what supplier’s milk was used in making a certain pint to where the cherries used in the Cherry Garcia pint came from. The BI software helps Ben & Jerry’s “access, analyze, and act on customer information collected by the sales, finance

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Write-ups Ben and Jerry’s Homemade Ice cream Inc. I would like to start with the brief history of Ben and Jerry’s. It is a medium sized ice cream company with the annual sale of about $150 million. It was incorporated on December 16, 1977 by two friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield who were not satisfied with their careers. It was an immediate success but in 1990 with the healthier eating trends, its sale slowed causing the net loss of $1869000 which led to the resignation of its CEO Ben Cohen in

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  • Researching Ben

    Research 1. History ice cream has an established place in British food culture http://store.mintel.com/ice-cream-uk-june-2013 http://www.marketingmagazine.co.uk/article/985657/ben---jerrys-plots-first-tv-drive-uk hings are looking sweet for sales of ice cream and despite economic uncertainty, ice cream sales hit the £1 billion mark in 2011, up from £998 million in 2010. http://www.mintel.com/press-centre/food-and-drink/britains-big-scoop-ice-cream-sales-hit-the-billion-mark-in-2011

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  • Ben and Jerry's Company Profile

    Running head: BEN & JERRY’S COMPANY 1 Ben & Jerry’s Company Motivational Profile PSY/ 320 Human Motivation March 7, 2011 Ben & Jerry’s Company Motivational Profile Introduction “When you are led by values, it doesn’t cost your business, it helps your business.” (Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, date unknown) Ben and Jerry’s is a progressive ice cream company founded in 1978 by lifelong friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield. It is

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  • Ben & Jerry

    MARKETING PLAN BEN & JERRY’S 2012-2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. CURENT COMPANY SITUATION……………………………………. 2 2. MISSION STATEMENT………………………………………………….3 3. MARKET SHARE INFORMATION…………………………………….3-6 4. MARKET ANALYSIS……………………………………………………6-8 5. MARKET COMPETITORS……………………………………………. 8-11 6. NEW PRODUCT……………………………………………………….. 11-12 7. FUTURE MARKETING STRATEGY………………………………… 12-15

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Company Description Ben & Jerry's is an American ice cream company owned by Unilever that manufactures ice cream, frozen yogurt, sorbet and ice cream novelty products. Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc. was founded in 1978 and is currently based in South Burlington, Vermont. From the company’s inception more than thirty years ago, their plan was to provide quality ice cream while also creating a company that was socially conscious about the world and its environment.  Ben and Jerry’s currently have

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  • Ben and Jerry's Case Study 5

    Silva Case study 5 1. New Belgium has effectively used integrated marketing communications over the first 20 years. Evaluate the use of one major advertising campaign to fortify and enhance the company’s brand image. 2. NBB seemed to agonize over the use of the word “folly” in its advertising campaign. What do you make of the company’s struggle with this decision? Also, how do you personally feel about the use of their word? 3. New Belgium’s focus on stain ability, whimsy, and fun is

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  • Ben and Jerrys

    1Top of Form Visit Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream website. After studying the information contained within this website, assess Ben & Jerry's record on meeting social responsibility goals? How does this company meet its discretionary responsibilities? Give examples of social responsibility actions taken by Ben & Jerry's, and outline them in a brief synopsis. Do you think that more businesses should adopt their strategy? Why, or why not? Please include the name of the person or question

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  • Ben and Jerrys

    Ben and Jerry’s Ben and Jerry’s Homemade was founded in 1978 in an old gas station in Burlington, Vermont. The company was started due to the owners (Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield) willingness to make a business successful. By early 2000, the company itself had become bigger than they expected with over 170 stores (scoop shops) across the United States and with international ties with inside supermarkets. The annual sales themselves had grown by $77 million to the company’s new equity of $237

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  • Ben & Jerry

    BEN & JERRY’S HOMEMADE 1. How has Ben & Jerry’s fulfilled its mission statement? What evidence can you provide regarding Ben & Jerry’s performance on each of the three dimensions of the mission statement? Ben & Jerry were able to fulfill their mission statement with the finest quality all-natural ice cream, profitable business and by improving the community. Ben & Jerry stated, they would make and distribute the finest quality all natural ice cream with a wide variety of innovative flavors, which

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Ben and Jerry’s company I. Background Ben and Jerry’s company was established in 1978 that renovated from gas station in Burlington, Vermont. Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield were childhood friends from New York who created the band name. It is well known as a globally premium ice cream. In 2000, the company became a subsidiary of Unilever Company, which is a big change and more challenging of company faced. At the same year, the company was expanding their social mission, brand integrity, and product

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Question: Visit Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream website. After studying the information contained within this website, assess Ben & Jerry's record on meeting social responsibility goals? How does this company meet its discretionary responsibilities? Give examples of social responsibility actions taken by Ben & Jerry's, and outline them in a brief synopsis. Do you think that more businesses should adopt their strategy? Why, or why not? 200-300 words Instruction Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc

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  • Ben & Jerry's: External Environment Analysis

    analysis has been conducted at Ben & Jerry’s. Our company is a leader in super premium ice cream industry. This report will analyze the company’s profitability margins and what major opportunities and threats that are facing the industry today. In addition, the report will take you through a brief history of Ben & Jerry’s and general information about the ice cream industry itself. The strategic plan is to identify and suggest the optimal solution for Ben & Jerry’s to get an even stronger competitive

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  • Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc, Case Study

    Case Study: Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. Mohammad A. Hoque Professor Jane Storm MKT 315 Aug 27, 2011 Ben & Jerry’s expects more from its partners than simply earning profits Ben & Jerry's Homemade, Inc., the Vermont-based manufacturer of super-premium ice cream, frozen yogurt and sorbet, was founded in 1978 in a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, by childhood friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield with a modest $12,000 investment. Ben & Jerry's is a founding member

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  • Ben&Jerry

    ‘It’s Business, Man!': Unions and ‘Socially Responsible’ Corporations Liza Featherstone ▪ Fall 1999 “How do you feel?” roared Jerry Greenfield, CEO and co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s, the ice cream company that has (in the public imagination, at least) long epitomized corporate social responsibility. He posed this question a few years ago to the audience at the company’s folk music festival, held annually in mansion-packed Newport, Rhode Island. “I feel good!” roared back the Teva-and tie-dye-clad

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  • Ben & Jerry

    Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Inc. – B: Facing Acquisition Abstract In December 1999 Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenberg confronted three offers for their 17-year-old firm. Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc. had grown from $2M in 1983 to $237M as the year ended. Growth rates had significantly dampened, however, a result of changing U.S. consumer preferences for lower cholesterol foods and competition. Jerry Greenberg had stepped out of day-to-day management of the firm some years before. Ben Cohen stepped

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Press Release For Immediate Release ChunkFest is back with a dollop of Fairness Singapore, 19 September 2011 – Ben & Jerry’s ChunkFest, indubitably Singapore’s best loved ice cream extravaganza, returns this October 15th 2011, from 2pm till 10pm at the Promontory @ Marina Bay. Ice cream moo-niacs will be delighted to learn that this year’s ChunkFest, we’ve packed in a record-breaking 32 extraordin-dairy flavours – including crowd pleasers not currently available in Singapore – and heaps of

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  • Ben & Jerry's

    Week – 4 Organizing Paper “Ben & Jerry’s” MGT – 330 Instructor: Mark P. Keays Due: Wednesday, October 24, 2007 By: Lloyd D. Mays Ben & Jerry’s is not like most Corporate American Organizations, whereas these organizations design and base their management style around the “Pyramid Effect“. The “Pyramid Effect“ is very basic; at the top of the pyramid is the President or CEO of the company followed by Senior Management, Stockholders, Middle Management, Front Line Supervisors, and

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  • Ben & Jerry's Analysis

    Differential voting rights Ben & Jerry’s had three equity classes: class A common, class B common, and class A preferred. The holders of class A common were entitled to one vote for each share held. The holders of class B common, reserved primarily for insiders, were entitled to 10 votes for each share held. Class B common was not transferable, but could be converted into class A common stock on a share-for-share basis and was transferable thereafter. The company’s principals—Ben Cohen, Jerry Greenfield

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  • Operations at Ben and Jerry's

    Ben and Jerry’s is popular ice cream company. They manufacture ice cream, sorbet, and frozen yogurt world wide. Ben and Jerry’s started in 1978 as a small ice cream scoop shop in a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont. The company has now expanded to a headquarters in Burlington, a factory in Waterbury, VT, and many scoop shops around the globe. Ben and Jerry’s is well known, not just for their tasty, chunky, ice cream but because of their support of many political issues and promotion of

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  • Ben&Jerry's -Japan Case

    S w 999A37 BEN & JERRY’S — JAPAN James M. Hagen prepared this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The author does not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The author may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Ivey Management Services prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or transmittal without its written permission. Reproduction of this material is not covered

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  • Ben & Jerry's

    Ben & Jerry were able to fulfill their mission statement with the finest quality all-natural ice cream, profitable business and by improving the community. Ben & Jerry stated, they would make and distribute the finest quality all natural ice cream with a wide variety of innovative flavors, which they fulfilled. They created interesting names such as Chubby Hubby, Chunky Monkey and Phish Food with flavors to match. With the great flavors and names produced a profitable business, which was one of the

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  • Ben & Jerry's Case Study

    Ben & Jerry: Case Study 1. How has Ben & Jerry’s fulfilled its mission statement? Ben & Jerry’s has 3 dimensions on its mission statement: * Product: Ben & Jerry are making and distributing the finest quality of all natural ice cream with innovative flavors. For example they created Chocolate Fudge Brownie flavor but also Chubby Hubby, Chunky Monkey and Bovinity Divinity, which all are innovative and creative flavors with original names. For instance, they successfully

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  • Ben & Jerry's Case Analysis

    Ben & Jerry’s Case Analysis Facing their first ever net income loss and experiencing a disconnect between company strategy, it is necessary to compare Ben & Jerry’s to Michael Porter’s “Five Forces” model to obtain guidance and a clear perspective on what path their new CEO Robert Holland should take the company. Ben & Jerry’s operational effectiveness was not successful in that they were inefficient in managing operational activities. The high cost of distribution, significant delays in opening

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  • Ben & Jerry's - Marketing

    Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream began as a small “scoop shop” in 1978 in Burlington, Vermont.   From the company’s inception more than thirty years ago, their plan was to provide quality ice cream while also creating a company that was socially conscious about the world and its environment.  Within only a few years of opening, the demand for their ice cream grew and the company started making deliveries to local grocery stores and restaurants. In 1983, their first out-of-state franchise opened in Portland

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  • Ben & Jerry

    creation of a relationship that allows the client to perceive, understand, and act on the process events that occur within an organization in order to improve the situation as defined by the client (Cummings & Worley, pg. 253). In the case involving Ben and Jerry’s a consultant was brought in to work with the founders, board of directors, managers, and employees in order to undertake organizational development and also to bring the people, functions, aspirations, and directions together (Cummings & Worley

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  • Ben and Jerry's Home-Made Ice Cream

    Ben & Jerry’s Homemade Ice Cream Inc: Keeping the Mission(s) Alive A Written Case Analysis by Mr. Aristotle Metin CASE BACKGROUND The U.S. Ice Cream Industry The total retail value of ice cream and related products in the United States was about $9.8 billion in 1990. The superpremium ice cream market held about 9.5% of the ice cream industry in the US. By 1990, Ben & Jerry’s was a strong # 2 in the superpremium ice cream market and the fifth largest ice cream maker of any type

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  • Ben and Jerry

    Ben & Jerry’s Market Research Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening Page ................................................................................................................................................... i Table of Contents............................................................................................................................................ 1 Introduction .........................................................................................

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  • Ben & Jerrys

    BEN & JERRY’S HOMEMADE Questions 1. How has Ben & Jerry’s fulfilled its mission statement? What evidence can you provide regarding Ben & Jerry’s performance on each of the three dimensions of the mission statement? Ben & Jerry were able to fulfill their mission statement with the finest quality all-natural ice cream, profitable business and by improving the community. Ben & Jerry stated, they would make and distribute the finest quality all natural ice cream with a wide

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