In preparation for our #Sustainability2030 Online Hackathon in collaboration with Porsche end of May we’ve created a series of meetups to give you the chance to learn more about the participating ventures and their social impact.
Sustainable supply chain governance is rapidly becoming a priority for global companies. Increasing globalization leads to complex supplier networks, while stakeholders demand transparency and expect companies to assume responsibility for the entire supply chain. The human, social and economic impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic also stress the need to build more resilient supply chains.
Sustainable supplier selection mechanisms, end-to-end transparency and early detection systems are crucial when it comes to ensuring human rights, avoidance of child labor and fair extraction of raw materials.
How can technology solutions reduce complexity and support transparency?
How can consumers and procurement departments of larger organizations make informed purchasing decisions in a complex world?
How can technology help build a more effective response to help respond to COVID-19 impacts?
Learn from Antoine Heuty founder and CEO of Ulula - a software and analytics platform to create more transparent and responsible supply chains. Antoine has 20 years of experience in transparency, social innovation and economic management. He previously held senior positions at the international Natural Resource Governance Institute and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). He is the co-author of various publications on transparency, mobile technology, natural resource governance and supply chains.
Meet Harald Nitschinger Co-Founder of Prewave and has more than 5 years experience in the field of B2B Enterprise Software.
Prewave is an Artificial Intelligence startup building a global supply chain intelligence platform. It uses machine learning to predict supply chain and sustainability risks based on global analysis of social media and news media channels in 50+ languages. The technology behind Prewave is based on 5 years of PhD research at the University of Technology Vienna and has been successfully evaluated during multiple successful projects in the fields of SCM, Logistics and Insurance. The platform allows to make local risks globally visible in order to make tomorrow’s supply chains more transparent, resilient and sustainable.
Leonhard Nima is a serial social entrepreneur, Co-Founder of N3XTCODER and former Adjunct Professor of Social Entrepreneurship at Hult International Business School in San Francisco and London. He previously worked for Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus at The Grameen Creative Lab as Head of Academia.
He has been a speaker and moderator at international conferences such as the Global Social Business Summit in Malaysia, Mexico and Germany, the BMW Group rad°hub in the UK, United States and Germany, One Young World in Switzerland or TEDxSocial Business in Austria.
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We at N3XTCODER strongly support the Global Goals and aim for all our projects and partners to contribute to one or more of the 17 Global Goals that have been launched by the United Nations in 2015.
A 17-point plan to end poverty, halt climate change and fight injustice and inequality, the Global Goals are the biggest attempt in the history of the human race to make the world a better place.
A plan that 193 governments have agreed, a plan that the world wants and needs. A plan backed by leading business and organisations. A to-do-list for the planet that will only be achieved if everyone plays their part.
N3XTCODER aims to identify and work with the best technology solutions and digital products that have the great potential to tackle the most pressing problems that persist today.
Read more about the Global Goals at www.globalgoals.org.