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Blockchain Day by Iskander on Horassis China Meeting

Fri, 10/05/2018 - 22:33
Blockchain Day by Iskander on Horassis China Meeting
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On October 15th, a special Blockchain Day will be held in Kyiv in the Congress and Exhibition Center Parkovy. This event will be organised by marketing agency Iskander in cooperation with The China Federation of Industrial Economics, Horasis Global Visions Community (Switzerland) and Horasis Ukraine.

This event is an exceptional opportunity for the representatives of government, parliament and business circles to deepen the dialogue, attract investments, and implement specific projects in agro, energy, transport and infrastructure, and innovation areas.

There would be a whole day of discussions about Blockchain for government, healthcare, public sector and many different spheres. Governmental support for Blockchain in different countries would also be discussed. There will be speakers from McKinsey, IBM, Government Blockchain Associations and so on.

Horasis Global Visions Community is an independent analytical centre in Zurich, it is an economic business forum for developing countries aimed to support the growth of business markets.

Horasis arranges meetings to address the most important challenges corporations are facing today. Participants jointly identify globally relevant issues and develop interdisciplinary solutions. Among the participants are the representatives of the most respected global corporations, key leaders of emerging markets, and public figures including government executives.

Over 300 representatives of business and government circles from 28 countries including China, America, and Europe have already confirmed their participation in the Horasis China Meeting Ukraine.

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