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Companies need to be transparent and fair to be future-fit. Here's why

Blockchain is one of the tools of transparency for companies' supply chains. Image: Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

Leanne Kemp

Chief Executive Officer, Everledger

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Leanne Kemp, Founder and CEO, Everledger

The commercial advantages of having the lifetime journey of an asset at your fingertips Image: Exhibit from “Is your supply chain risk blind – or risk resilient?”, May 2020, McKinsey & Company, www.mckinsey.com. Copyright (c) 2020 McKinsey & Company. All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission.
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