Blockchain in Supply Chain – What to Expect in 2020?  

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Blockchain in Supply Chain – What to Expect in 2020?


Date: 9 Jan 2020 (Thursday)

Time: 7:00 -8:30pm

Venue: Blockchain.News Office (25/F, Neich Tower, 128 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai)


We have witnessed a number of logistics giants leveraging blockchain for their competitive strength in 2019, including Trust-Your Supplier initiative by IBM and TradeLens developed by IBM and Maersk. According to Market Research Future, the blockchain in supply chain market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 87% over the forecast span in 2018-2023, and the market potential can reach 3.48 billion by 2023.

With enormous growth potential in supply chain market, how can we seize the opportunity using blockchain? Speakers from Blockchain.News and Institute for Supply Management share their thoughts on current trends and interesting use cases to explore how blockchain can maximize the growth potential of supply chain market.

Tentative rundown:

6:30 - 7:00pm Reception

7:00 - 7:10pm Opening Speech

7:10 - 7:30pm Speech: Blockchain in Supply chain: Key Initiatives in 2019 and Outlook in 2020 by Blockchain.News

7:30 - 7:50pm Speech from ISM

7:50 - 8:10pm Supply chain use cases sharing: ISM members

8:10 - 8:30pm Networking


About Blockchain.News

As the
 global leading English blockchain media, Blockchain.News brings the most up-to-date coverage on blockchain, cryptocurrencies and FinTech. Blockchain.News is the hub for latest insights of blockchain leaders and official media partner for renowned conferences such as the Asian Financial Forum, European Commission Blockchain Congress,  Hong Kong FinTech Week, Belt and Road Summit and more.

About Institute for Supply Management (ISM)

Institute for Supply Management (ISM), founded in 1915, is the largest supply management association in the world. ISM is a not-for-profit organization that serves its 45,000 members and professionals and organizations with an interest in supply management in more than 90 countries.



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