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Join Oracle at the Retail Blockchain Consortium Executive Forum June 11

Mary Hall
Director, Oracle Blockchain Product Marketing

Retailers continue to face many challenges to maintain customer satisfaction and loyalty.  From rewards points to tracking the origins of authentic luxury goods to prevent counterfeiters, there are many ways that Blockchain technology can help retailers offer better service to consumers.

On June 11th, Oracle will be bringing retailers, food suppliers and fashion brands together to discuss how they can benefit from the emerging technology of Blockchain. Join retail experts and technology leaders for a discussion on why it makes sense to adopt Blockchain in the retail value chain to expedite customers transactions and accelerate the pace of business.

The Retail Blockchain Consortium Executive Forum will take place at 13:00 – 18:00 on 11th June in University College London, Laws Denys Holland Lecture Theatre, Endsleigh Gardens, London  WC1H 0EG

Register for this complimentary Executive Forum now!

Key reasons to attend the RBC Executive Forum include:

  • To hear progress to date of the Retail Blockchain Consortium (RBC.)
  • To receive highlights of ‘The State of DLT in the Supply Chain’, a new UCL research report featuring over 100 real projects. This new features analysis of over 100 Blockchain projects operating in the Healthcare, Food and Fashion industries. Only those executives who attend this forum will be given exclusive access to this report ahead of its full release.
  • To learn more about relevant Blockchain use cases across the industry.
  • To network with industry colleagues with a common interest in Blockchain.

The Retail Blockchain Consortium (RBC) explores and advances the usage of distributed ledger technologies (DLT) within the retail value chain. The RBC facilitates collaboration, the pooling of resources and platforms,  knowledge transfer, and mitigation of risks in the adoption of DLT for its members. The consortium is a global collaboration led by UCL, Oracle & MonoChain, including leading retailers, universities, technology companies, Blockchain companies and service providers. The  RBC is a not-for-profit organization.

To learn more about membership of the Retail Blockchain Consortium visit the RBC website.

 

 

 

 

 

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