VeChain has said that it has partnered with BCG, or Boston Consulting Group, to lead the charge in sustainability. Both partners are investing $75 billion in climate transition funds for a brighter future. The same will be the topic of discussion when their respective representatives reach Money 20/20 USA on October 24, 2023, at the Toscana Room. The session starts at 12:20 p.m. and ends at 12:50 p.m. PDT. It has been titled Web3: A Path Towards Sustainability.
Key speakers are:
- Sunny Lu, the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of VeChain; and
- Guy Gilliland, the Senior Partner & Managing Director of BCG.
The stage will center around Web3 and blockchain technologies, with both partners unleashing a new wave of innovation in the social and enterprise aspects.
The objectives of the session at the event have been defined as exploring the opening up of business opportunities in the ecosystem, with tokenization as the core principle. Moreover, it aims to talk about the mechanisms of incentive and gamification with a commitment to reward participants for their contributions.
Participants can alternatively look to attend fintech events like The MoneyShow, FiNext, and Open Finance, APIs, and Partnerships Forum, with all of them happening in the US in the coming days.
The current development aligns with the ideology of VeChain of joining hands with ventures that have a mutual objective of serving the community. Its previous partnership was with Reflexivity Research. The aim was to conduct research two times a month to cover upgrades, activity on the network, and other developments.
Chances are that the work will open new opportunities to create awareness around sustainability, develop work, and encourage enterprise.
BCG has been more specific on sustainability. The company has stated that allocating climate funds enables asset owners to move closer to the goal of net zero transition in more than a single way. The group has previously talked about mitigating the risks that arise with the development of artificial intelligence. Also known as AI, mitigating risks pertaining to the segment ensures that the future is more responsible.
BCG has also talked about how generative AI does not stand a chance to replace the actual relationship between a doctor and a patient. It definitely makes doctors and others in the healthcare industry better at their jobs, but the real relationship is here to stay.
The assumption that BCG is too cautious with AI is partially incorrect. The group is indeed walking toward a balanced future with the said technology. It has been pitched to review the potential of expanding AI beyond pilots and implementing solutions throughout the manufacturing network.
The session is scheduled for October 24, 2023, with Sunny Lu and Guy Gilliand appearing as the key speakers from 12:20 p.m. to 12:50 p.m. PDT.