#TNYSCM07: Strategies, Tools, & Tactics For a New Era in Sourcing & Procurement
6:00 PM18:00

#TNYSCM07: Strategies, Tools, & Tactics For a New Era in Sourcing & Procurement

#TNYSCM07: Finding Needles in a Haystack - Strategies, Tools, and Tactics For a New Era in Sourcing and Procurement

We are co-hosting this event with New York City Sourcing Leaders. The event is sponsored by Tapestry and ScoutRFP. You can sign up for New York City Sourcing Leaders & ScoutRFP's mailing list here (http://learn.scoutrfp.com/NYCSLxTNYSCM-FindingNeedlesInAHaystack-June21.html)

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#TNYSCM05: Bringing The Blockchain From The Lab And Into The Real World
5:30 PM17:30

#TNYSCM05: Bringing The Blockchain From The Lab And Into The Real World

What we'll do
#TNYSCM05 features 2 panel discussions, and a keynote presentation. The keynote presentation happens between the panel discussions.

5:30 PM - 5:55 PM Pre-event Networking
5:55 PM - 6:00 PM Welcome Remarks
6:00 PM - 6:50 PM Panel Discussion I (40 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A)
6:50 PM - 7:30 PM Keynote Presentation (30 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A)
7:30 PM - 7:35 PM Break
7:35 PM - 8:25 PM Panel Discussion II (40 minutes, 10 minutes Q&A)

MC: Lisa Morales-Hellebo

Moderator: Rob Bailey, CEO & Cofounder, MState


  1. Tanjila Islam, CEO, TigerTrade
  2. Sharad Malhautra, Senior Manager, Enterprise Blockchain, EY
  3. Scott Carlson, Chief Information Security Officer, Sweetbridge, Inc
  4. Samantha Radocchia, Cofounder, Chronicled
  5. Todd M. Scott, VP Global Trade - Blockchain, IBM Corporation
  6. Nolan Bauerle, Director of Research, CoinDesk
  7. Alex Mashinsky, CEO & Founder, Celsius Network
  8. Juan-Jose Ruiz, Head of Business Development, Maersk/IBM Global Trade Digitization

Keynote Speaker: Some researchers argue that building on existing blockchain and DLT frameworks is a mistake, because they are fundamentally unsuited for large-scale, real world applications. They argue that new DLT frameworks must be built to meet real-world demands. Silvio Micali will talk about his work building Algorand. Silvio is a professor at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. He won the Gödel Prize in 1993, and the Turing Award in 2012. He was elected a Fellow of The Association for Computing Machinery in 2017.


• What to bring
Security at this location requires picture ID which should match attendees' event registration.
Bring a notebook and pen/pencil - completely worthless bonus points for members who bring a mechanical pencil. :)

• Important to know; By attending this event you
- Freely allow The New York Supply Chain Meetup (#TNYSCM) and the event sponsor(s) to use your likeness in photographs and/or video that may be shared publicly,
- Agree to respect others’ reserved space that may adjoin the area in which this event is held,
- Assume full responsibility for your personal belongings, and neither The New York Supply Chain Meetup, Work-Bench, or any Work-Bench affiliates can be held liable for theft or damage to your personal property,
- Agree to respect Work-Bench security policies and Work-Bench's right to enforce said security policies at its sole discretion, and
- Affirm that you have read and agree to abide by #TNYSCM's Terms, and Code of Conduct.

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