The Stakeholder Company

The Stakeholder Company was founded in 2011 by a former Microsoft lead and is a Singaporean Big Data startup.  Current clients come from all over the world and include companies such as HP, Nokia Siemens and Syngenta.

As they state on their website, The Stakeholder Company uses patented “issue mapping and visualization software combining social network theory algorithms, crawlers, analysis engines and visualization modules.” They combine all this information with content from the blogs and comments on social networks that pinpoint the most influential people for a company. Their algorithms crawl the internet and discovers relationships that are very relevant for organisations.

Properly addressing these influencers can have a big impact on how a company is perceived. Knowing who your influencers are, is actually a must-have nowadays for organisations. What The Stakeholder Company differentiates from other social influencer-tools like Klout is that they also identify ‘offline’ influencers such as the most relevant NGO’s, Government organisations, activists, etc.

Furthermore, they map all stakeholders into an Issue Map to show which issues are trending and what the different stakeholders are saying about a company. This can help companies to react instantly when an issue is occurring and with that prevent a large-scale crisis such as the BP Oil stakeholder crisis.

The Stakeholder Company helps organisations take the full advantage of the Social Network Theory and spread an idea or solve an issue in a contagious manner. It is an innovative approach that, with the ever-expanding social networks individuals and organisations nowadays have, can definitely be effective.



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Head Office

583 Orchard Road

Countries Supported

Australia, France, India, Singapore, United Kingdom


Agricultural, Energy, Manufacturing, Oil and gas

Size of Customers

Large, Small, Medium

Year Founded

January 3, 2011


Funding Received from Investors

$ 490 thousand


Red Dot Ventures

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