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Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New
Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships
James Sullivan
Head,...
+
Regenerative Supply Design
Context Specific Solutions
We live on a context specific planet.
Case study:
Case study:
There is no easy way to create, track or reward
ecological progress in your supply.
Verification is difficult and expensiv...
What this means for brands
Increased supply resiliency
- Ecological farming practices reduce risks of
crop failure
Increas...
Technology
Our solution to this complex
problem is made possible by the
emergence and convergence of
technology: blockchai...
Blockchain Technology
Blockchain technology delivers a suite of important functions:
- clear economic and ecological accou...
t.me/regennetwork_public
Christian Shearer
christian@regen.network

208.850.0563
Blockchain Applications Creating New
Value and New Types of Transparency
in Stakeholder Relationships
Stephen Mikolajczak
...
2
80%of the world’s ocean plastic comes
from developing countries
33%of global fresh fruits and
vegetables are thrown away...
3
enter blockchain
4
blockchain
bitcoin
!5
Problem
inefficient, expensive, vulnerable
Participant A’s records Participant B’s records Bank records
Insurer records...
!6
Blockchain
Participant A’s records Participant B’s records Bank records
Insurer records Regulator records Auditor recor...
7
Why can blockchain help with social good?
Single view
of the truth
Creating new
models for change
Permissioned
participa...
Social 

Plastic
9
Global
Trade
10
Food
IBM Food Trust™
What will we solve
together?
Thank You!
© Copyright IBM Corporation 2018. All rights reserved. The information contained in these
materials is provided for inform...
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Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships - Veselina Constanti...
Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships - Veselina Constanti...
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Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships - Veselina Constantinovici, James Sullivan, Christian Shearer & Stephen Mikolajczak

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This session will explore blockchain’s role in creating new value and new types of transparency in stakeholder relationships – both in terms of potential, as well as in terms of specific solutions that already exist today. Find out how blockchain applications can help create new markets, new types of business relationships, as well as increased transparency, traceability and efficiency in supply chains.

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Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships - Veselina Constantinovici, James Sullivan, Christian Shearer & Stephen Mikolajczak

  1. 1. Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships James Sullivan Head, Global Sustainability Accelerator SAP @SAP Stephen Mikolajczak Brand & Content Marketing Leader, IBM Blockchain & Watson IoT IBM @StephenMik1 Christian Shearer Chief Operating Officer REGEN NETWORK @regen_network Veselina Constantinovici Founder INNOVATION 4.4
  2. 2. + Regenerative Supply Design
  3. 3. Context Specific Solutions We live on a context specific planet.
  4. 4. Case study:
  5. 5. Case study:
  6. 6. There is no easy way to create, track or reward ecological progress in your supply. Verification is difficult and expensive. Impact is hard to predict and measure. Farmers can’t afford to change. Solutions need to scale.
  7. 7. What this means for brands Increased supply resiliency - Ecological farming practices reduce risks of crop failure Increased farmer loyalty - Increased income creates a higher likelihood of supplier loyalty Record of ecological contribution - Your brand will have an open and trusted tool for expressing ecological outcomes Reduction in costs for CSR engagement - Regen Network’s tools make it easy and inexpensive to create and report ecological outcomes.
  8. 8. Technology Our solution to this complex problem is made possible by the emergence and convergence of technology: blockchain, open data, advances in remote sensing, IoT, open source software and machine learning.
  9. 9. Blockchain Technology Blockchain technology delivers a suite of important functions: - clear economic and ecological accounting, - allow a network of participation with shared incentives, - reduce the cost of transactions.
  10. 10. t.me/regennetwork_public Christian Shearer christian@regen.network
 208.850.0563
  11. 11. Blockchain Applications Creating New Value and New Types of Transparency in Stakeholder Relationships Stephen Mikolajczak Brand & Content Marketing Leader IBM Blockchain
  12. 12. 2 80%of the world’s ocean plastic comes from developing countries 33%of global fresh fruits and vegetables are thrown away by reducing barriers within the international supply chain, Global trade could increase 15%
  13. 13. 3 enter blockchain
  14. 14. 4 blockchain bitcoin
  15. 15. !5 Problem inefficient, expensive, vulnerable Participant A’s records Participant B’s records Bank records Insurer records Regulator records Auditor records
  16. 16. !6 Blockchain Participant A’s records Participant B’s records Bank records Insurer records Regulator records Auditor records Solution A shared, replicated, permissioned ledger… …with consensus, provenance, immutability and finality
  17. 17. 7 Why can blockchain help with social good? Single view of the truth Creating new models for change Permissioned participation Immutable, tamper- proof records
  18. 18. Social 
 Plastic
  19. 19. 9 Global Trade
  20. 20. 10 Food IBM Food Trust™
  21. 21. What will we solve together? Thank You!
  22. 22. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2018. All rights reserved. The information contained in these materials is provided for informational purposes only, and is provided AS IS without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Any statement of direction represents IBM's current intent, is subject to change or withdrawal, and represents only goals and objectives. IBM, the IBM logo, and other IBM products and services are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation, in the United States, other countries or both. Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

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