Halen Môn: the story of an 'uncomfortable' innovation

James Bernard Carr, Nerys Fuller-Love

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Halen Môn is a family business in Anglesey, North Wales that began life in a saucepan of seawater on the Aga in the family kitchen. Today Halen Môn supplies Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and Harvey Nichols in the UK and their salt can also be found in 22 countries and some of the world's top restaurants. This case study views the development of this small business from the start-up phase to the present day. The resulting analysis illustrates the importance of three key elements of the innovation process: the need to develop an innovative organization; strategic leadership; and the formation of rich networks and strategic partnerships.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)307-312
Number of pages6
JournalInternational Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 01 Nov 2011


  • Innovation Management
  • Entrepreneurship Process
  • Innovative Organization
  • Strategic Leadership
  • Networks
  • Strategic Partnerships


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