NZ Blockchain Forums brings together business owners, thought leaders and executive management from a range of sectors and industries across New Zealand to share and discuss how to use and apply blockchain technologies.
NZ Blockchain Forums is positioned as the premier event platform that connects and engages business professionals with practical know-how and insight into the use and application of decentralised technologies for digital trade, trust and transparency.
Our forums are designed to link blockchain technology experts with business owners, management teams, investors, developers, associations and regulators – promoting a dialogue and understanding around how blockchain is applied across industries and its future role and impact on the New Zealand economy and its industry sectors, including: dairy, beef & lamb, seafood, horticulture, agriculture, fabrics, beverages, pharmaceuticals, export logistics, taxation and finance, education, tourism, forestry, art, media and health.
NZ Blockchain Forums was co-founded by Campbell McLean and Gautam Paul in 2021 after they identified a need in the market to help businesses and the general public across New Zealand understand cryptocurrencies, tokens, NFTs, and decentralised technologies, and what impact these are having on how we conduct our finances and future business, including digital identity, trade, supply chain logistics, gaming, and smart contracts.
With their combined international experience in sales and content production for print, events, broadcast and digital media, Campbell and Gautam have set out to help bring entrepreneurs, business owners, and management expertise together in one room with blockchain technology experts and developers, providing the resources and know-how to help New Zealand companies and individuals stay at the forefront of innovation.
In collaboration with international and domestic blockchain associations and leading technology providers, NZ Blockchain Forums organises blockchain and crypto-related events across New Zealand, providing CEOs, board directors, developers, and local businesses with access to the latest technology trends and expertise.
Our events are designed to highlight first-hand experiences and use cases from across the globe around the use of blockchain technologies. Cancelled due to the Omicron outbreak, our first planned event will be re-scheduled to later in the year.We welcome expressions of interest from blockchain technology experts, crypto specialists, developers, academics, thought-leaders and end-users to propose speaking topics for our events.
NZ Blockchain Forums is currently in the process of building a database of local and international experts who would like to address business audiences across New Zealand.
We welcome expressions of interest from anyone with the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain, including existing business users, technology experts, academics, developers, and regulators to speak at our events. The website will be updated with our forum event schedules as speakers and sponsors are confirmed for each regional event.
We welcome technology providers and other key business leaders who recognise the future of blockchain to put themselves in front of key decision makers as businesses across New Zealand position themselves to learn and prepare for the new era of blockchain. Packages will be tailored to suit a range of needs and budgets, making this an ideal opportunity to become an event partner at any one or more of our forums.
Sponsorship benefits include brand exposure, speaking opportunities and access to industry leaders and key decision makers across New Zealand.
Gautam Paul talks to Jason Potts Distinguished Professor of Economics at RMIT University and Co-director of the Blockchain Innovation Hub at RMIT. The Real Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) and New Zealand (REINZ) recently approached senior economists and blockchain experts at RMIT University in Melbourne to research and analyse the opportunities and the disruptors around blockchain technologies for real estate practitioners, agencies and property transactions.
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