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A stakeholder is any individual, group, or entity that has an interest, involvement, or concern in a particular organization, project, or system. Stakeholders can significantly impact or be impacted by the activities and outcomes of the entity they are connected to. They can include individuals or groups both internal and external to the organization, such as employees, customers, shareholders, suppliers, government entities, communities, and even competitors.

Consider a company that manufactures electric vehicles (EVs). In this context, the following could be examples of stakeholders:

  • Customers: People or organizations who purchase and use the electric vehicles are important stakeholders. Their satisfaction and feedback are vital to the success and reputation of the company.
  • Employees: The company's workforce is a critical stakeholder. Their dedication, skills, and well-being directly impact the production and quality of the EVs.
  • Shareholders: Investors who own shares in the company have a financial stake in its success. They are concerned about the company's profitability and stock performance.
  • Suppliers: Companies that provide raw materials, components, and services necessary for manufacturing the EVs are stakeholders. Their reliability and efficiency can affect the company's production capabilities.
  • Local Community: The community in which the company operates is also a stakeholder. They may be concerned about the company's environmental impact, job creation, and community engagement.
  • Government and Regulatory Agencies: Governments at different levels and regulatory bodies are stakeholders as they set standards, provide incentives, and enforce regulations that impact the company's operations and products.
  • Environmental Organizations: Organizations focused on environmental protection may view the company's efforts towards sustainability and reducing carbon emissions as important.
  • Competitors: Rival companies in the electric vehicle market are stakeholders because their actions can affect market dynamics and competition.
  • Media and Public: The media and the general public are stakeholders as they can influence public perception, brand reputation, and consumer behavior through reporting and advocacy.

SeedBlink S.A. is registered in the Register of the Romanian Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF), under number PJR28FSFPR/400001, as of 03.11.2022 with an EU passport as per European Securities and Market Authority (ESMA) register of crowdfunding services providers.


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