Supply chain success
in Berlin E-Prix
As part of its partnership with Envision Virgin Racing (EVR), Genpact hosted a discussion at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport Circuit with some of Europe’s most prominent business leaders to mark its third client event activation.
The audience heard from Genpact’s Enterprise Services business lead Katie Stein, CMO Stacy Simpson and supply chain business leader Mike Landry, alongside external speakers including Jessi Baker, CEO and Founder of Provenance and Gustavo Burger, Vice President of Operations EMEA for Kraft Heinz.
Speakers discussed the supply chain of the future, looking at themes including how to leverage new technologies to embed trust and transparency into the supply chain and build circularity and sustainability.
Jessi Baker, founder of Provenance – a tech start-up that uses blockchain to help brands and retailers build customer trust through transparency – talked about the requirement on all organizations to show where their products come from, who makes them, from what materials, and their impact on society and the planet.
10 Group helped to curate the agenda and event theming, source external speakers and film the event to create engaging content for distribution on social platforms.
The afternoon concluded with drinks, canapes and a trackside view of race practice ahead of the E-Prix the next day.
10 group has supported Genpact with event activations in Paris and Berlin and are currently building to an event in New York in July.