The Centre for Supply Chain Management and Executive Education at the University of Auckland are collaborating with CIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply) to bring you the latest word in blockchain and its impact on supply chains. Join us for this informative and realistic look at the future.
Date: 10 April 2019
Venue: Old Government House, University Of Auckland (entry via Princes Street)
Blockchain has had considerable hype, as well as confusion and misinformation. This talk explains blockchain’s features that make it so promising for a number of industries supply chains. Blockchain is not simply a shiny new and slightly more efficient replacement for existing technology, it has the potential to transform the supply of goods and services.
Through the discussion we will demonstrate how blockchain can be used in the supply chain context.
-Associate Professor Alex Sims
Alex Sims, Associate Professor Alex Sims, Department of Commercial Law, University of Auckland Business School
Alex Sims is a blockchain researcher at the University of Auckland Business School. She is an assistant investigator on a project funded by BRANZ on blockchain in the construction industry and in 2018 was part of a team that released a report funded by the Law Foundation on the Regulating Cryptocurrencies in New Zealand.
Semanie Cato, Head of Business Development, TrackBack
Semanie has extensive knowledge across the supply chain, logistics, freight and FMCG sectors. Semanie sees that Blockchain is a game changer with the potential to revolutionise industry. Semanie is using her extensive supply chain and logistics experience and her passion for technology, fashion and food to build quality business partnerships, focused on creating block-chained supply chain eco-systems.
- CIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply)
- Centre for Supply Chain Management (University of Auckland)
- Executive Education (University of Auckland)