Since 2015 the number of women in senior leadership in business has grown and diversity in leadership is good for business; Beyond business, female leaders from across generations are working together to find new solutions to the world’s biggest problems; The tech sector must attract more women to unlock the potential of the Fourth Industrial […
Everledger talks to five members of the Young Diamantaires Club, a global network that brings together the next generation of the diamond industry. How did it start? What gets them ticking? What needs to change? Introducing… Rami Baron, third-generation family jeweller and President of the Diamond Dealers Club of Australia. Prernaa Makhariaa, a graduate of
Clean Technologies Have More Complicated Mineral Requirements Than Fossil Fuels: A Critical Commitment To Transition Critical Minerals
Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp explores how critical minerals mining must evolve in line with growing investor appetite for ESG compliance. In any moment, in any circumstance, a junction appears where we must align ourselves with Trust, Transparency & Truth to prevail. Could provenance technology help tell the truthful stories that investors need to read?&nb
The 50th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, this January, made headlines for its focus on climate change, the emergence of a new generation of leaders and the increasing volume of young and female voices.
Our CEO Leanne Kemp looks back on the early days of Everledger, now a global scale-up, with 70 employees in 4 continents. There was no place better to start other than London. Six years ago, I landed in the beating heart of London, Shoreditch, from my hometown Brisbane Australia – with my backpack and an […]
The growing momentum in the electric vehicle industry is pushing battery repurposing, recycling, and disposal up the agenda. The onus on battery life cycle management globally is placed on vehicle manufacturers, over the actual battery manufacturers.
Peter Hughes, Head of Australia & New Zealand at Everledger, explains how a not-for-profit body for the Australian wool industry will use the Everledger Platform to create new sources of value for wool farmers, manufacturers and retailers.
Everledger CEO Leanne Kemp reads the tea leaves for the technology sector in 2021. From shared value creation to Web3, blockchain to quantum computing, there’s plenty to look forward to.