The Global Risk Agency, a component of The Global Centre for Risk and Innovation (GCRI), engages a wide variety of stakeholders who contribute to or benefit from its risk management and sustainable innovation services. Here are the key stakeholders:
- Independent Agents: These are individual experts and firms offering advisory, consultancy, and training services in various areas of risk management and sustainable innovation. They provide unique insights, recommendations, and solutions to the clients of the Agency.
- Clients: The clients span multiple sectors and industries, including corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), government bodies, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations. They seek expert guidance on risk management, compliance, sustainability, and innovation.
- Service Providers: Service providers collaborate with independent agents and clients to address specific risk management and sustainable innovation needs. They can include third-party consultants, technical service providers, and various other industry professionals.
- Solution Providers: These stakeholders offer innovative tools, technologies, and services that can be integrated into the Agency’s platform to improve its offerings.
- Academia: The Agency collaborates with academic institutions and researchers to incorporate latest research findings, theoretical insights, and academic expertise into its risk management and sustainable innovation practices.
- Government Bodies: Government agencies and public sector organizations are key stakeholders. They utilize the services of the Agency for risk management, policy formulation, and fostering innovation in public services.
- Civil Society Organizations: The Agency engages with NGOs, CSOs, and other civil society entities, providing them with tools and expertise for better risk management and sustainable innovation.
- Environmental Groups: In line with the Quintuple Helix Model, the Agency collaborates with environmental groups to ensure that its risk management strategies and innovations are sustainable and environmentally friendly.
These stakeholders are integral to the functioning of the Global Risk Agency, contributing to its diverse and dynamic risk management ecosystem.