One of the potential long-term drivers of value generation could be blockchain. We talked last month about the discussion we hosted about blockchain in the supply chain with Bettina Warburg and Tom Serres of Animal Ventures, two thought leaders in the space. This month Katerina Kosmopoulou has put together a summary of the discussion in our insight on “Blockchain: Enabling the next step change in supply chain management”. If you want to think about what is going to happen this quarter in three, five or ten years, blockchain and how it will enable a step change in corporate efficiency, sustainability and profitability would not be a bad place to start.
You will not find it difficult to prove that battles, campaigns and even wars have been won or lost primarily because of logistics.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Vast and complex ecosystems
In September we hosted a presentation by Bettina Warburg and Tom Serres, technology entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and co-founders of blockchain consultant and investor Animal Ventures. They gave us a deep insight into modern trade flows, the challenges that global supply chains face and how emerging blockchain technology can offer solutions. For us as long-term investors, it is part of our continuous quest