Open data platform WikiRate aims to unravel the reality behind the sustainability and labour commitments made by the world’s largest clothing manufacturers.
As international supply chains grow longer, it also becomes harder to identify human rights and environmental abuses. Now, a cloud platform is incentivising transparency by helping companies track their suppliers.
Blockchain isn't only set to shake up our financial system – it could also help reduce bureaucracy, make supply chains more transparent and fight corruption around the world.
MineSpider, a Berlin-based startup, is using distributed ledger technology to tackle the tricky problem of how to track where minerals come from and where they end up.
Provenance, a blockchain platform, lets you trace the supply chain of more than 200 different products.
Call it a favour in Germany, small help in the Honduras or Gombi, Beer, taxi or even “le tschoko” in Cameroon, the words used for corruption are as diverse as its manifestations from bribery to fraud and from cronyism to an end with serious consequences.