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Unblocked Announces Headline Speakers For New Flagship Event Dedicated To Blockchain In The Supply Chain

Unblocked Events is delighted to announce the first batch of speakers for its new flagship event dedicated to blockchain in the supply chain and logistics. Supply Chains Unblocked is the UK’s only bespoke event dedicated to explaining, understanding and accelerating the innovative potential of Blockchain technology in the supply chain and logistics.

The 1-day conference will showcase real world examples and use cases, diving into specific areas where these technologies are creating waves of innovation, greater transparency, security, scalability and efficiency.

Confirmed headline speakers include:

Genevieve Leveille, CEO, AgriLedger

Terry Igharoro, CEO and Founder, Inventory Club

Barry James, Chair, British Blockchain and Frontier Technologies Association

Sharon Henley, Co-Founder, BBFTA

Emmanuel Marchal, Global Business Development, ConsenSys

Ruth Milligan, Head of Financial Services and Payments, techUK

Katie Mills, Director and Co-Founder, StateZero Labs

Suyash Shrivastava, Solutions Architect, Maersk

Erica Stanford, Founder, Crypto Curry Club

Pete Swabey, Editorial Director, Thought Leadership (EMEA), Economist Intelligence Unit

Gilbert Verdian, CEO, Quant Network

Helen Disney, CEO, Unblocked

Unblocked Events was recently listed in the inaugural FT Founders 50 as one of the most inspirational leaders in the Fintech industry. A partner from CMS Law, where the event will be hosted, commented:

These are superb events with a level of energy, professionalism and substance that make them stand out.

To know more about the event, which takes place on 16 October in London: https://unblockedevents.com/events/supply-chains-unblocked/

Trushti Patel

Trushti Patel is a news writer and a regular contributor to CryptoNewsZ. She always stays up-to-date with the latest happenings regarding the world of crypto. She is also sound in technical analysis. She holds a double degree in Journalism and mass communication.

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