As the world becomes increasingly conscious of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues, the regulatory landscape is evolving at a rapid pace. Governments worldwide are introducing new regulations aimed at promoting sustainable development and circular business models. This regulatory push highlights the growing need for data transparency for value chain actors, policymakers, consumers, and stakeholders.
To meet these growing demands, stakeholders are increasingly turning to digital data exchange platforms that leverage standards and data models to gather, analyze and share structured data across the value chain. The standards and data models help ensure that the data is accurate, reliable, and interoperable, enabling seamless data exchange between different systems and supports compliance with regulatory reporting requirements.
Transparency is key to build trust and becoming a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Overall, the growing emphasis on digital data exchange, transparency, and standards in global supply chains is a positive development for companies and society as a whole.
Join us for this informative panel session where you will hear from leading experts about the latest regulatory developments, including eFTI and Maritime Single Window. Learn how standards and data models are essential in enabling compliance with these regulations. Whether you are a business owner, policymaker, or stakeholder, this session will provide you with the knowledge and tools to meet new regulations in a streamlined and effective manner. Don't miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and drive sustainable growth in your industry.
- Mario Apostolov, Regional Adviser, UNECE
- Henk Mulder, Head, Digital Cargo, IATA
- Jan Hoffmann, Head, Trade Logistics Branch, UNCTAD
- Hanane Becha, Senior Advisor International Standards, DCSA
- Sue Probert, Chair, UN/CEFACT
- Jie (Jeanne) Huang, Associate Professor, University of Sydney Law School