Increasing Supply Chain Transparency - A Chat With Seedtrace's Katharina Elisa Davids

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Increasing supply chain transparency has become a priority for many organisations in the wake of the many supply chain disruptions we have seen, and the more that are to come.
Consumers are also demanding more transparency so they can see where the food they're eating comes from, and if the people producing it are being treated fairly.
One startup working in this space is seedtrace. They use blockchain to help organisations manage, prove and communicate the social and environmental impact of their products' supply chains. I invited seedtrace's Founder and CEO Katharina Elisa Davids to come on the podcast to tell me all about it.
We had a fascinating conversation, where I learned loads, I hope you do too...
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