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1. GlobalRisks 2011
2. New Discussions, Blogs and videos
3. New profiling capabilities
4. Information for marketing managers – our new sponsorship and advertisement package.
Dear GlobalRisk Community member,
World Economic Forum has published its GlobalRisk Report 2011
The report warns that economic imbalances, volatile commodity prices and currencies, and governments' budget shortfalls are "unsustainable".
Economic disparity and global governance failures both influence the evolution of many other global risks and inhibit our capacity to respond effectively to them.
Beyond these two cross-cutting global risks, three important clusters of risks have emerged in this year’s analysis:
The “macroeconomic imbalances” cluster including imbalances and currency volatility, fiscal crises and asset price collapse arise from the tension between the increasing wealth and influence of emerging economies and high levels of debt in advanced economies
The “illegal economy” cluster including state fragility, illicit trade, organized crime and corruption.
The “water-food-energy” cluster: A rapidly rising global population and growing prosperity are putting unsustainable pressures on resources.
Five risks have been designated as “risks to watch”,
• Cyber-security issues ranging from the growing prevalence of cyber theft to the little-understood possibility of all-out cyber warfare;
• Demographic challenges adding to fiscal pressures in advanced economies and creating severe risks to social stability in emerging economies;
• Resource security issues causing extreme volatility and sustained increases over the long run in energy and commodity prices, if supply is no longer able to keep up with demand;
• Retrenchment from globalisation through populist responses to economic disparities, if emerging economies do not take up a leadership role;
• Weapons of mass destruction, especially the possibility of renewed nuclear proliferation between states.
We already saw the Economic disparity has been shockingly exposed in the events in Tunis last week. And this might be just a small repetition of what might happen on a much larger scale in countries such as Egypt, Iran, Pakistan.
By the way if you've got a frog for a picture, hurry up and replace it!
We’ve got many new and interesting discussions initiated in the last couple of weeks.
What are "Safety statistics & Safety plannig control" started by Annus uddin Khan
Human Threats to Technology and the Role of Forensic Psychology in ... By Jonathan A. Dudek
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New profiling capabilities.
Starting from this week we added a number of profile questions which every new member has to fill in when he/she signs up to the community site.
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We also urge members who did not fill their profile properly yet and who want to be found and increase their visibility among the community to do so. It might cost you a few minutes of your time but will benefit you in the long term. People do find here many new and exciting opportunities and we do have a number of success stories already. (Tip: provide your current Job Title, industry, company or/and paste your Linkedin profile here).
New member introductions.
Everyone is welcome to go ahead and introduce him/her self to the community either via this thread or by creating a separate discussion.
New Blog posts:
We've got a large number of new video presentations uploaded by C Penland about global Insurance and pension business. Check out our video section http://globalriskcommunity.com/video/video
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We help recruiters, marketing and sales managers who want to create a greater visibility for their products and services among their prospects in the Risk market with much better results than traditional media. By working with us you will increase your customer base and decrease your marketing costs at the same time,
Companies and individuals are welcome to become sponsors. We just issued our sponsorship and advertisement packages for 2011. We are currently providing Founding, Bronze, Silver and Gold sponsorship programmes. Please have a look at our sponsorship brochure http://www.scribd.com/doc/46965766/GRCsponsorship2011-V3; We are open to discuss any dedicated solutions that might suit your organisation and budget.
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