Digitisation and Women
Digitisation will be a major enabler of growth for women across the world, opening up opportunities to access new modes of finance and markets to trade and generate GDP. We bring to you an introduction to Blockchain Executive Education Programme which is designed to equip women business leaders of tomorrow with an understanding of what, how and where Blockchain and emerging technologies can play a transformative role in driving growth and productivity. The blockchain workshops are being delivered across the world and for the first time in Africa.
At the beginning of the year, we will be delivering two workshops in Ghana at the ATTES conference 17-19 February 2020 and follow on delivery in other countries. At this session we will pick up on the importance of Blockchain technology and other emerging technologies for driving growth and delivering sustainable transformative change for women. To get an opportunity to boost your knowledge join the programme and learn more. Do not be left behind, join and equip yourself for the future. A bit of a synopsis of the upcoming programme is provided below.
In today’s rapidly changing technological world, it is important to keep pace, learn about emerging technologies and their precise use including their potential to untap value, transform and create new impactful business models. The decentralization of business models using tools like blockchain technology could lead to significant cost savings within many sectors: traditional financial systems, commodities, healthcare, insurance, taxation and legal services and many others. Blockchain with its decentralised and transparency characteristics could accelerate and expand your business, widening access to new and growing markets. Furthermore, Blockchain can support various government and central bank functions including more innovative taxation methodologies, identity management and opportunity for exploration of digital currencies and digitisation of assets. Hear from leading industry thought leaders about the future of blockchain and do not get left behind.
We will be running a series of programmes delivered in partnership with other groups. The programmes will be led by programme Director Michelle Chivunga Nsanzumuco, a recognised blockchain thought leader who has previously delivered leadership and digital executive education programs working in partnership with several Universities and global institutions. Michelle now runs her own investment and blockchain company as well as designs education programmes working with many industry and academic leads. Michelle also holds several board positions including being Chair of the British Blockchain Association International Committee and board member of the African Union Digital Transformation Taskforce and Fintech advisor to the Government of Bermuda.
The programmes will help you understand what Blockchain/Distributed Ledger technology (DLT) is and how you can use these key technologies. We will outline how businesses can leverage the technology to develop innovative business models and help drive sustainable development. We will highlight the benefits of blockchain technology and how this new technology can help untap value across global value chains and streamline your businesses offering for greater productivity. Touching up on specific implementation models and evaluating some industry use cases to provide examples of where Blockchain is being applied. We tailor the programme to pick up on the importance and application of blockchain in different sectors. And finally we look at the future of Blockchain and what it means for industries and policy makers.
Who Can Benefit from This Programme
Accra International Conference Centre, Castle Road, Accra, Ghana, Ghana
Policy House is a public policy consulting group with a special focus on Africa. The firm strives to provide innovative solutions to economic, social and political problems using new ideas and approaches relevant to our times and continent. While the firm’s special focus is on Africa, its strategic engagements are global.