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Building Resilient Supply Chains with Blockchain


The disruption caused by COVID-19 underscores the need for highly traceable, transparent, and resilient supply chains. Blockchain, as well as other technology, is an incredibly valuable tool for building and sustaining this approach.

In this virtual panel discussion, we’ll explore questions such as: How have effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on supply chains revealed the increased need for traceability? How is blockchain technology being used to ensure greater traceability and transparency? How are large companies leveraging nascent technologies like blockchain to enhance existing business models and product lines? What new business opportunities exist to leverage blockchain to address sustainability challenges?

Caleb Ferguson (BS '14), Product Marketing Manager, BlockApps
Mark Hanna (MBA '71), CMO, Richline Group, a Berkshire Hathaway Company
Mark Kaplan, Partner, Envisible
Leandro Nunes, Vice President, Product Development & Innovation, Mastercard Labs
Tensie Whelan, Director, NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business (Moderator)

Webinar Details:
Information on how to access the webinar via Zoom will be provided in the days leading to the event.

Note on Rescheduled Event and Previous Registrations:
This event was rescheduled to June 17 from its original in-person date in March. We kindly ask that those previously registered for the March event register again via Eventbrite in order to receive the Zoom webinar details for the event on June 17.