Halifax Port Authority and the Seaport Farmers’ Market Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Halifax Port Authority and the Seaport Farmers' Market Case Solution

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PUBLICATION DATE: June 01, 2016

In April 2012, Karen Oldfield, President and Chief Executive Officer of Halifax Port Authority (HPA), was thinking about urgently required action on the personality of the economically struggling Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market (HSFM). HPA had actually released a Seaport Redevelopment Plan in 2005. The market was run by the City Market of Halifax Cooperative Ltd. (CMHC), which rented the residential or commercial property from HPA. Should HPA permit the market to put the home and stop working up for lease? Should it strive to discover another company to run the market? Or should it dedicate to running the market, even though HPA did not usually run the centers it governed?

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