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Check here for the latest updates from the Provenance core team as we build technology tools to help you make sense of your material world.

Join the Provenance team as a Service Designer!

Location: London Reporting to: CTO Contract: Full time starting before June 2017 (freelance or permanent) Expected salary: £48k (p/a negotiable, dependent on experience) Equal opportunities: Provenance is dedicated to creating a diverse…

Join the Provenance team as a Ruby Developer!

Provenance empowers brands to increase trust, using revolutionary technologies for greater supply chain transparency. Our software lets businesses bring the origin and histories of products to the point of sale, with a…

We’re featured on the BBC!

“Behind every product is a complex chain of people and places and that’s a really important part of why people buy things,” Ms Baker explains. “Provenance is all about making that information…

Provenance in the Press | December 2016

“Project Provenance Ltd is working towards greater transparency in the fishing industry by tracing the origins and histories of products’ by combining RFID tags with the blockchain.” How Blockchain Technology Is Improving…

Provenance in the Press | November 2016

“Provenance uses the technology to track food from farm to table, adding trust and transparency to the supply chain.” Disruptive tech is still as weird and interesting as it used to be…

Join us in Building a Transparent Future

According to PWC’s Consumer Intelligence Series reports, brands considered trustworthy, authentic and transparent have grown in value at nearly five times the rate of the average company over the past 15 years….

Provenance in the Press | October 2016

“The Co-op is funding a 12-week pilot with a social enterprise, Provenance, to see how it can increase transparency on labelling “to provide a digital history so every product tells a story”…

Provenance in the Press | September 2016

“It claims the Provenance software service will enable businesses to comply with legislation and consumer demands which will create a “positive social and environmental impact.” Blockchain Will Transform the Agriculture Industry Bitcoin.com •…

Provenance in the Press | August 2016

“Provenance, a U.K. software startup, uses blockchain technology to establish the authenticity of food. Provenance is testing the technology to authenticate tuna caught in Indonesia delivered to Japanese restaurants.” Blockchain Joins Efforts…

Provenance in the Press | July 2016

“Using blockchain technology would proactively provide digitally permanent, audit-able records that show stakeholders the state of the product at each value-added step.” 5 applications for blockchain in your business The Economist •…

We’re looking for a Design Intern!

Provenance builds trust in businesses and products by making information accessible to brands and shoppers alike. We showcase the people, places and processes behind material goods via our transparency and traceability tools….

Provenance in the Press | June 2016

“A blockchain-enabled mobile application might enable shoppers to scan barcodes of products at Whole Foods to determine the origin of products, down to the region, specific farm and perhaps even cows that…

Provenance in the Press | May 2016

“Uncovering the stories, journeys and impact behind brands and products, Provenance enables consumers to make informed purchases by providing them with a platform to learn more about where products come from. While,…

We’re a CHEST Call 3 winner!

We’re a CHEST Call 3 winner!

CHEST (Collective enHanced Environment for Social Tasks) is a 33-month Research and Development project supported under the Seventh Framework Programme to promote the development of digital based innovations that have the potential…

We’re featured in Blockchain France!

“La startup Provenance vise à résoudre les problèmes de traçabilité des produits (alimentaires, industriels…), de façon à pouvoir présenter de façon fiable aux clients les informations relatives à leur fabrication (où ils…

We’re featured on Edelman!

“Most of the things we buy aren’t made by a single entity, but by a chain of suppliers who sell their components (e.g., graphite for pencils) to a company that assembles and…

Our own girl boss in i-D’s Amuse!

“Jessi Baker is a tech girl through-and-through. She’s been using her PhD in coding to change the way we understand the supply chains of clothes, objects and food. Her NGO, Provenance, recently…