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Concise reports and video content from the Provenance team and associates on the business case for open data, decentralised networks for knowledge transfer and transparency in supply chains.

Open Data Systems for the Circular Economy

Berlin played host to this year’s CE100 Summit, held annually by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. A digest of thoughts during a plane ride back from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation CE100 gathering in…

Using Technology for Social Good

In line with the theme of Civic Design, our event at London Design Festival with This Happened explored how new information systems can have a positive impact on society through four expert speakers…

Dr. Jutta Steiner at OpenTech 2015 on the power of trustless networks

OpenTech 2015 in London saw Provenance COO Dr. Jutta Steiner in a session alongside other speakers Jeni Tennison and Irina Bolychevsky earlier this summer. Discussing her current projects, Provenance and Ethereum, her presentation illustrates power of trustless networks (like the…

Provenance at Ouishare 2015

Jessi Baker presented at Ouishare Fest 2015 earlier this summer, explaining why supply chains need a tech update and how the blockchain can help. Provenance x Ouishare 2015 from Jessi Baker Transcript…

Jessi Baker talks supply chains at UK Parliament

Jessi Baker participated in Sustain Talks 5.1 with SustainRCA and the People’s Parliament last year, discussing consumerism and retail and their impact on our world. SustainRCA writes “Child labour, sweatshops, deforestation, global warming:…

The impact of open data on the fashion industry

The profound importance of open data Data has traditionally been considered proprietary, a source of power and a competitive edge. In a knowledge-driven economy, information is an asset, and therefore keeping data…

Who made your clothes?

As today is Fashion Revolution day, we bring you an inspiring talk and look into the work of Dilys Williams and the Centre for Sustainable Fashion. The annual event marking the tragic…

What retail will look like in 2020

Jonathan Schifferes’ background stems in urban planning. As a Senior Researcher at the RSA with an interest in the social and economic effects of built environments, Schifferes is pioneering ways in which…