Oracle is pleased to be one of the sponsors of the Women in Enterprise Blockchains Virtual Conference taking place online on May 20, 2020. The conference offers attendees an opportunity to hear from some of the leading experts in blockchain technologies about implementations. The conference also gives a wide array of attendees with divergent backgrounds and job titles the opportunity to come together to share best practices. Despite it top share of headlines, Blockchain remains an emerging technology, still in the early adoption phase. Because it's still early days, it's important to sharing not only winning strategies for blockchain implementation, but also the pitfalls to be aware of and to avoid.
The conference is hosted and designed by 101 Blockchain to help share lessons learned from blockchain use cases. Speakers include experts from start-ups as well as well blockchain platform vendors. The sessions and panels are designed to offer information from customer use cases about successfully run blockchain-based initiatives.
The all star lineup of speakers at Women in Enterprise Blockchains includes:
Alisa DiCaprio, Head of Trade and Supply Chain, R3
I.N.Amber Ghaddar , PhD, CEO, AllianceBlock
Genevieve Leveille, CEO, AgriLedger
Laura De Giovanni, CEO, TiiQu
Mary Hall, Director of Blockchain Product Marketing, Oracle
Emmanuelle Ganne, Senior Analyst, Economic Research, World Trade Organization
Sheila Donohue, CEO, VeroVino
Leanne Kemp CEO, Everledger
Krystal Webber, Global Design & Strategy Leader, IBM
Virginia Cram Martos, CEO, Triangularity
Bridget Greenwood, Founder, The Bigger Pie
Montse Guardia Guell, GM, Alastria Blockchain Ecosystem
If you're interested in understanding the risks at stake and the competitive opportunities that blockchain can offer, you'll want to listen into the Women In Enterprise Blockchain Virtual Conference.
As part of the conference, I'll be presenting a keynote session to discuss how blockchain has the potential to revolutionize global supply chains and trade practices. It isn’t often we come across a technology that is as far reaching as Blockchain in its ability to help solve some of the world’s most pressing problems. As global trade practices become more complex, collaboration, trust and transparency will become even more essential for trading partners. It also will become increasingly imperative that we have the ability to weed out the proliferation fo fake goods that seem to flood the market in every sector, from fake olive oil to fake pharmaceuticals.
With consumers increasingly asking for products that are produced ethically and sustainably, it’s a unique opportunity for blockchain technology. There is an incredible transformation underway to bring full transparency into supply chains. This is where value and the values of trade participants can align. In this session, I’ll review how customers have had success using Blockchain technology for to enable trusted trade practices including accelerating supply chains and authenticating products. Join me at online at 10:05 am on May 20, 2020 at the Women in Enterprise Blockchains Virtual Conference to discuss the possibilities! Registration for the conference is complimentary and you can enjoy all the sessions at your convenience while working from home.