Jalas Veva Jaya Mahe, Story by IPMI E-MBA 2017 Student Won Flourish Prizes 2019

AIM2Flourish, a program housed at the Fowler Center, is used by professors around the world to facilitate student interviews with business leaders about positive and profitable business innovations that advance the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals) established by the United Nations. Under the direction of Professor Amelia Naim Indrajaya from IPMI International Business School, Corry Sagala (IPMI Executive MBA 2017 student) interviewed Utary Octavianty (Chief General Affair Officer) and Indraka Fadhillah (Chief Operating Officer) of PT Aruna Jaya Nusantara, about how the company’s mission to create sustainability in the marine ecosystem through information technology in the fishery industry.
Their story Jalas Veva Jaya Mahe was recognized for Global Goal #14, Life Below Water.

The story was published on the AIM2Flourish platform during the 2018 calendar year. This recognition is one of the 17 Flourish Prizes awarded this year, celebrating progress towards the 17 UN Global Goals and business’ role in achieving them. The 17 winning stories, one for each Global Goal, come from 14 Universities across eight countries. Winners were selected by a distinguished jury from more than 800 stories published on AIM2Flourish.com in 2018. (See the full list of winners and story descriptions here.)

The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at the Weatherhead School of Management – Case Western Reserve University is proud to announce that PT Aruna Jaya Nusantara has been honored with a 2019 Flourish Prize for a student-written story about the company’s positive and profitable business innovation.

From the IPMI International Business School organization, we would like to say Congratulations to our student, Corry Sagala, and faculty member, Professor Amelia Naim!