Date: 29 August 2017
Venue: The Asia Society, Hong Kong
Organizer: Thomson Reuters – Contact Organizer: email@example.com, +6596447060
Corporations, banks and governments all have a role to play to stop slavery. The Anti-Slavery Summit will focus on how technology, data and regulation can tackle this crime.
In 2017, Thomson Reuters aims to increase the business perspective and focus, partnering with corporations, governments and NGO’s, sharing best practice on how to break the chain of slavery in supply chains. We will showcase how technology from blockchain to digital identity, along with data solutions and enhanced risk procedures and regulation can tackle slavery. The summit will provide real examples, case studies and ways that all companies can implement with technology and processes to make a difference.
Join us in uniting some of the most influential global business and thought leaders from corporations, non-profits, governments and lawyers to implement change in your organization today.
On The Agenda:
- Technology and Data driving change – from digital identify to blockchain
- Increasing slavery regulations – creating a global standard from the UK Modern Slavery Act to Australia
- Breaking the chain – supply chain risks and response models and case studies
- Legal & Banking - driving collaboration and following the money case studies and industry best practice
Early Bird tickets are available until August 11th. AmCham members can redeem an additional 10% discount. Login to your member's account for a special discount code.
Corporate Tickets Early Bird: US$250
Registered Charity/NGO Early Bird: US$150