Why partner with GAP?

1. Most think tanks and policy institutes stop at delivery – We focus on implementation.

2. No-one ever asks “what’s next” after a conference – We do.

3. Most policy institutes and think tanks remain prisoners of political affiliation - We are independent.

4. Discipline-centered approaches do not solve complex problems – We practise and encourage cross-sectoral collaboration.

5. Most public policy forums lack cohesive mechanisms for synthesising the contributions of attendees – Our reporting strategy sets us apart.

Stakeholder Analysis

We test our ideas with the market by seeking sponsorship to cover the operational and research costs of our initiatives. For each project, GAP underwrites one third of the total budget (33%) and aims to raise two thirds in sponsorship (67%).

GAP's stakeholders comprise Federal and State governments, major corporate enterprises and industry bodies.

Of the total amount of external stakeholder investment, up to one third comes from government sources, with the remainder contributed by industry. This means that every dollar invested by government in a GAP project can potentially leverage two dollars from the private sector. Learn more about our funding model.