Singapore Startup, The Stakeholder Company, Applies Algorithms To Public Relations

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Founded by a former Microsoft lead, Singapore-based The Stakeholder Company’s aim is to help organizations maintain their public image by streamlining research with patented software. Using data visualization and algorithms, The Stakeholder Company can help prevent potential PR nightmares before they happen.

“We save years off building the right relationship network,” says founder Terence Lyons, who was formerly Microsoft’s global stakeholder engagement lead. The Stakeholder Company draw...

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