Don’t Miss ICORating at Blockchain Conference Amsterdam

20.06.2018

ICORating will take part in the Blockchain Conference Amsterdam, set to take place at the RAI, Amsterdam for the second leg of the 2018 World Series on June 27 and 28. Among the world’s largest blockchain events, Blockchain Conference Amsterdam is set to feature 8000 attendees, 400+ speakers and 250+ exhibitors.

ICORating Sales & Partnerships Managers Paul Blinov and Victoria Krapivina as well as ICORating Business Development Manager Zufar Gatiyatov will be present at the event, ready to meet with clients, partners, and colleagues.

The Blockchain Expo will also allow you to ask questions of the event’s planned 200+ leading speakers in Q&A sessions, including Tanya Stephens, Senior Innovation Manager at Procter and Gamble; Arnaud Le Hors, Senior Technical Staff Member Web & Blockchain Open Technologies, Industry Platform at IBM; Nikos Skarlatos, Supply Chain Service Lead at Nike; Carlos Kuchkovsky, CTO at BBVA; and Simon Kiilerich Vedel, Digital Product Manager at Maersk.

The first evening of the show will host the Blockchain Awards, starting at 6:00 PM, followed by a networking party at 8:00 PM. Connect with other attendees in the VIP lounge and via an event app, through which participants can contact all attendees at the expo and plan meetings.

Less than week remains to sign up for the event, so make sure to register your spot before the deadline expires.

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