ENTERPRISE BLOCKCHAINS 2021 PREDICTIONS
December 15, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. CET | 9:00 a.m ET
Welcome to an exciting new digital event
Every December is time to summarize the past and prepare for the future. As we all have experienced- no one excluded- this year has been indeed one to remember and the events occurred will force everyone to bear the consequences for many years to come.
While central governments are still in the midst of fighting the effects of the pandemic on public health, businesses are globally looking for ways to weave out from the inevitable economic depression while embarking on day-by-day activities for survival. Some enterprises are taking advantage of the situation to accelerate decision processes that transform the way they conduct business. One for all, the dramatic shift towards e-commerce. It is still too early times to identify clear practices and rules to follow, and how much the effects of the pandemic today will remain as ‘business as usual’ in the future.
We can only anticipate that 2021 will continue on the tracks so clearly (and dramatically) marked by the year 2020. 101 Blockchains research anticipates that the need for visibility, predictability, and collaboration will represent the foundations for corporate activities in the new year. Enterprise blockchains have demonstrated their robustness to become solid pillars of these new foundations.
This 101 Blockchains Virtual Conference collects the most innovative minds and experts that will share their vision about the incoming future, without forgetting the practical aspect of how to turn those visions and expectations into feasible and operationally applicable guidelines.
The virtual conference lines up speakers in these sessions:
Lessons learned from 2020
Practical guidelines for the year(s) to come
Event Program (CET/ET)
Dale A. Chrystie, Business Fellow, Blockchain Strategist, FedEx
Richard G. Brown, Chief Technology Officer, R3
Panel 1- The Future of Blockchain Ecosystems
Stefan Andjelic, Blockchain Hub Lead at Raiffeisen Bank International
Ramesh Ramadoss, Co-chair, IEEE Blockchain Initiative
Mark Rakhmilevich, Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Wendy Henry, Managing Director, GPS Blockchain Lead, Deloitte
Panel 2- The Expectations from corporate Decision Makers
José Luis Núñez Díaz, Global Head for Blockchain, Telefonica
Giovanni Franzese, Director, Blockchain and Digital Ledger Technologies, Global CIO Organization, Ericsson
Abhishek Gutgutia, Chief Product Officer, Chronicled
End of Conference
Dale A. Chrystie
Business Fellow, Blockchain Strategist, FedEx
Richard G. Brown
Chief Technology Officer, R3
José Luis Núñez Díaz
Global Head for Blockchain, Telefonica
Blockchain Hub Lead at Raiffeisen Bank International
Senior Director, Blockchain Product Management, Oracle
Managing Director, GPS Blockchain Lead, Deloitte
Director, Blockchain and Digital Ledger Technologies, Global CIO Organization, Ericsson
Co-chair, IEEE Blockchain Initiative
Chief Product Officer, Chronicled
Attend the online conference—
No travel required!
December 15, 2020 | 3:00 p.m. CET
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