Day 1 - 4 November 2020

08:30AM

Registration Open

09:30AM

Blockchain For Enterprise: Chairs Opening Remarks

09:45AM

Brian Behlendorf

Executive Director

Hyperledger

Associated Talks:

09:45AM - Day 1

View Opening Keynote: Success Stories of Deploying Blockchain and Lessons Learned

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Opening Keynote: Success Stories of Deploying Blockchain and Lessons Learned

  • Looking into a step by step guide to running a successful pilot and taking it to the next level 
  • Exploring the key challenges faced in deployment. 
  • Practical tools for getting the board onside. 
  • Balancing regulatory requirements with blockchain principles. 
  • Examining strategies for overcoming key hurdles. 
. Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger

10:15AM

Keynote: Blockchain to Underpin the Emerging Technology Ecosystem

  • A look at how enterprises are adopting emerging technology to stay ahead of the game. 
  • Discussing how the emerging technologies interlink; Blockchain, IoT and AI. 
  • Looking at how blockchain can catapult your enterprise’s digital transformation. 

10:45AM

Rahul Vijay

Head of Global Connectivity Supply Chain & Operations

Uber

Associated Talks:

10:45AM - Day 1

View Keynote Panel: Moving into the next phase – Blockchain in action

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Keynote Panel: Moving into the next phase – Blockchain in action

  • Experts showcase their successful and unsuccessful blockchain pilots. 
  • Lessons learned from significant proof-of-concepts. 
  • Examining real-world examples of blockchain projects demonstrating tangible progress. 
  • Exploring how to determine if your experiment was a success. 
. Rahul Vijay, Head of Global Connectivity Supply Chain & Operations, Uber

11:15AM

Networking Break

11:45AM

Presentation: Blockchain in use for the Government

  • Working on a connection between various governments & blockchain solutions. 
  • Taking pilot projects up to the next level. 

12:15PM

Keynote: How to Implement a Full-Scale Blockchain Solution for Enterprise?

  • Exploring how to engage leadership in the long-term vision to get ahead of the competition. 
  • Demonstrating the benefits to the business. 
  • Setting up a structure for forward thinking innovation and smooth implementation. 
  • Facing up to the risks, challenges, and pain points. 

12:45PM

Presentation: Blockchain goes Global; Leveraging Blockchain for Transformation

  • Arguments that blockchain is just one of many databases that is not yet very good, or very fast, or very scalable,  
  • Understanding that what blockchain does, it does very well.  
  • Exploring why blockchain will become transformative where authenticity is critical, which gets you to things like global clearance, the global supply chain, healthcare, and aerospace.  
  • Investigating how we will get there. 
  • Examining if it will take an open model to build out the protocols  
  • Will it require ‘coopetition’ between and across industries, and around the world? 

01:15PM

Networking Break

02:15PM

Presentation: Revolutionising the 300-year old goods trade industry

  • Understanding why globalisation is key to creating a network of suppliers. 
  • Why trade finance is ripe for innovation? Paper ledgers vs. DLT. 
  • Setting up the CONTOUR initiative; Collaboration with HSBC, BP and more. 

02:45PM

Emmanuel Aidoo

Head of Digital Asset Markets

Credit Suisse

Associated Talks:

02:45PM - Day 1

View Panel: Old vs. new age trading – The vision for the future of trading

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Panel: Old vs. new age trading – The vision for the future of trading

  • Institutional vs. decentralised investment: Examining the value proposition of decentralised markets. 
  • Retail vs institutional access: Should future global markets access be democratised? 
  • Examining the roadblocks to full-scale implementation: Regulation and scalability. 
  • The future of digital asset trading custody and settlement; Where will we be in 5 years’ time?  
. Emmanuel Aidoo, Head of Digital Asset Markets, Credit Suisse

03:15PM

Presentation: Digital assets on the stock exchange – What will this new landscape look like?

  • Why is crypto back on the scene in a big way? 
  • Can investing into crypto really spread the risk in your investment portfolio? 
  • Who is involved and who is going to get left behind? 
  • How regulation has already, and will, affect the growth of the new financial marketplace. 

03:45PM

Networking Break

04:15PM

Workshop: Blockchain for business, from proof of concepts to unicorns

• Exploring ways in which you can develop blockchain-enabled business models. 
• Evaluating your blockchain ecosystem strategy. 
• Looking at how you can create a business case around blockchain. 
• Practical applications of blockchain, based on an example from the aerospace industry. 

05:15PM

Blockchain For Enterprise: Chairs Closing Remarks

05:30PM

End of Session

Networking Party | 6pm-10pm | Levi’s Stadium

An evening of networking on Wednesday 4th November 2020 from 6pm. Access for Ultimate, Gold & Expo Plus holders in addition to speakers, sponsors, press & exhibitors. Taking place at Strandzuid, RAI. Join us for drinks & networking

Day 2 - 5 November 2020

08:30AM

Registration Open

09:30AM

Blockchain For Enterprise – Chairs Opening Remarks

09:45AM

Lisa Butters

General Manager | GoDirect™ Trade (powered by Honeywell)

Honeywell

Associated Talks:

09:45AM - Day 2

View Panel: Mobilising the World with Blockchain – Transformation Through Collaboration

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Panel: Mobilising the World with Blockchain – Transformation Through Collaboration

  • Discuss the collaboration efforts on a new connected infrastructure. 
  • Collaboration across the ecosystem; How blockchain is already streamlining the supply chain. 
  • Peer-to-peer infrastructure; Exploring how blockchain can take out the middleman. 
  • Investigating why traceability of components can help the environment. 
  • Looking at how DLT can create trust via smart contracts. 
. Lisa Butters, General Manager | GoDirect™ Trade (powered by Honeywell), Honeywell

10:15AM

Keynote: Where will enterprise blockchains be in two years’ time?

  • Evaluating the blockchain journey; How far we have come from the Satoshi Nakamoto white paper. 
  • Examining the hype cycle across relevant industries. 
  • Have we had our eureka moment yet?  
  • Who wants to go first? Lead or follow; Which is the best strategy? 

10:45AM

Nadia Hewett

Project Lead for Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology

World Economic Forum

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David Havera

Blockchain Leader

GE Aviation

Associated Talks:

10:45AM - Day 2

View Panel: Blockchain as a Team Sport – “Coopetition” as the key to streamlining trading on the supply chain

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Andrei Semenov

Blockchain Transformation Lead at CONA Services

A Coca-Cola System

Associated Talks:

10:45AM - Day 2

View Panel: Blockchain as a Team Sport – “Coopetition” as the key to streamlining trading on the supply chain

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Panel: Blockchain as a Team Sport – “Coopetition” as the key to streamlining trading on the supply chain

  • Blockchain; The ultimate solution for data exchange in the trade supply chain. 
  • Communal effort for long term competitiveness; Interoperability between applications. 
  • Fail to standardise and lose; Agreeing on the digital language, data format or protocol. 
  • Regulation to align our common goals. 
Moderator: . Nadia Hewett, Project Lead for Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology, World Economic Forum
. David Havera, Blockchain Leader, GE Aviation
. Andrei Semenov, Blockchain Transformation Lead at CONA Services, A Coca-Cola System

11:15AM

Networking Break

11:45AM

Presentation: Molecular economy – Blockchain will power the future Machine to Machine economies

  • Investigating why molecular economies of the future will be enabled by commonly shared ecosystem infrastructures, or eco-structures 
  • Understanding why molecular economies will power the core building blocks of a future value creation network  
  • Looking at how open data, decentralised governance and trust in a decentralised manner is resulting in novel value propositions that do not exist today. 

12:15PM

Keynote: Harnessing the Value of Data via Self-Sovereign Identity

  • Good and bad cases of losing our identity – why taking back our data identity is the key to the future? 
  • How we can stop our privacy being extorted?  
  • Humans create data and value; How can we take back the power? 
  • Exploring the connection for identity between AI, IoT and blockchain. 

12:45PM

Panel: Will Corporate Competitive Culture Trump or Boost the Possibilities of Public Blockchains? 

  • Public vs. private blockchain in enterprise – is it time to rethink the strategy?  
  • A dive into the key issues with interoperability 
  • Stifling the ecosystem; How do we share the value of a network?  
  • Brave brands taking the leap; Lessons learned. 

01:15PM

Networking Break

02:15PM

Presentation: Tackling Global Transformation by Enabling Mobility through Blockchain

  • Changing digital strategy – getting ahead in the rapid digital world of mobility. 
  • Looking at how to enable radical transformation from within. 
  • Exploring blockchains impact on the automotive industry ecosystem; manufacturers, dealers, suppliers, and customers. 
  • Examining the potential for a brave new world of connectivity. 

02:45PM

Keynote: Blockchain, Delivering Measurable Business Value

  • Understand how to measure future ROI from a blockchain solution. 
  • Identifying your KPI’s in a blockchain project. 
  • Finding the personnel with the right skill and mindset. 
  • Driving over the bumps and staying on track to the true business need. 

03:15PM

Presentation: Blockchain for driving innovation in aviation

  • Overview of the potential, ongoing projects, and initiatives; aircraft part tracking.  
  • Investigating collaboration with Hyperledger. 
  • Incubating startups where big blockchain ideas take off. 

03:45PM

Panel: Blockchain; The Answer to Consumer Trust

  • How blockchain can bring the power back to the consumer with genuine, independently verified, traceability.  
  • Investigating why blockchain can leave suppliers on the supply chain with nowhere to hide. 
  • Understanding the value of how blockchain can be the answer to peaks and troughs in supply and demand. 
  • Looking at examples of the end user journey for the consumer. 

04:15PM

Blockchain For Enterprise – Chairs Closing Remarks

04:30PM

End of Session